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What Git commands do you typically use with Updater?

You can use Git commands with Pega® Robotic Automation Updater.

To enter these commands, complete the following steps:

  1. Click Start > Run and then enter cmd.
  2. At the command prompt, go to the OpenSpan Runtime folder by entering a command similar to one of the following commands:
<strong>C:\Program Files\OpenSpan\OpenSpan Runtime Enterprise\</strong>


<strong>C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenSpan\OpenSpan Runtime Enterprise</strong>\
  1. Enter the following Git commands, including the quotation marks (“), as needed:

To show an asterisk (*) next to checked out branches and also list all branches which were previously checked out.

"../OpenSpan Updater/Git/git" <strong>branch</strong>

To show an asterisk (*) next to checked out branches and also list all branches. Previously unchecked out branches show as remotes/origin/branch name only).

"../OpenSpan Updater/Git/git" <strong>branch -a</strong>

To show the current version and any files that are in an in-between state. This also lists untracked files.

"../OpenSpan Updater/Git/git" <strong>status</strong>

To list the files that are in a bad state.

"../OpenSpan Updater/Git/git" <strong>status --porcelain -uno</strong>

To restore the initial state. For this command, you cannot be running Robotic Automation Runtime and all related services must be stopped.

"../OpenSpan Updater/Git/git" <strong>checkout -f 6.o/6.0.22222.0</strong>

Published December 8, 2016 — Updated October 30, 2017

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