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If you have used clearcase before, then this question is for you. How do you determine all the files and their corresponding checkins?, given a snapshot view.

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closed as off-topic by GlenH7, MichaelT, Thomas Owens Jul 8 '13 at 21:30

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not at work to make sure, but there is a GUI tool to find all checkouts in a given view - at least for dynamic views. –  Paul Nathan Jan 6 '11 at 7:34
your question isn't very clear. are you asking how to find which specific view was used to check in each element in a VOB? do you only mean the latest version of each element, or are you interested in the element's version history? what are you trying to accomplish? –  AndrewC Jan 6 '11 at 15:02
Say you have a view abc_snap and you have checked in files for different bugs with that view. I want to find all the files associated with the corresponding checkin comments using either GUI or a clearcase command. –  Thunderboltz Jan 6 '11 at 18:55
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about an implementation or tooling issue and not a design question. –  GlenH7 Jul 8 '13 at 21:01

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Use cleartool find: it can list all the (checked-in) version ever created from within a path of your view.
You can limit the result to all the elements (instead off all versions for each element), by using the -element option.

See also those additional examples.

If your question is about finding checked-out files, then cleartool lsco is the right command.

See "how to find out all the checked out files in a branch" and "Recursive checkin using Clearcase" (for dynamic and snapshot views)

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You can use cleartool lsco -r -cview to get all checked out files.

Here a snippet example

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