Teamcity Command Line Remote Tool

I have recently downloaded the command line remote tool for teamcity 6.0.1 and I am looking to intergrate this into teamcity, I have followed the below instructions for this but get a bit confused on where to put the .teamcity-mappings.properties file.

link : http://confluence.jetbrains.net/display/TW/Command+Line+Remote+Run+Tool

Below is shown what is posted on the above site:

  1. When done, copy the resulting content of the configuration file to your .teamcity-mappings.properties file.


Put the configuration file in any the following directories:

  • root directory of the project to be run (recommended) - what directory my subversion root directory?
  • %HOME%/.TeamCity-CommandLine default directory - this folder does not exists


Please advise

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Hi

>>root directory of the project to be run (recommended) - what directory my subversion root directory?

The local directory which will be associated to the TeamCity VCS Root. You can choose any. Any resources of the local folder will be threated as ones under the TeamCity SVN root.

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Hi Konstantin,

Thanks for the response, when saving the file do I name it as

.teamcity-mappings.properties
? If so when I try to create it the name of the file is invaild because of the "." at the front?

Thanks

Arun
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Hi Arun,

The tool expects "

.teamcity-mappings.properties
" file so you cannot rename it. Kind of operation systems treats the "." befor file name as system/hidden/e.t.c. marker. Try to create the file from command propmpt for example.

BR,
Konstantin
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Thanks for the quick response, will try that out and will let you know of the outcome


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