Consider the following troubleshooting tips when you use features related to team-based development:
The Perforce version control system fails to check in some objects, with an error about excessively long object path names.
Due to Windows OS limitations on the number of characters in a file path, Model repository objects with long path and file names fail when you try to check them in. The Perforce error message reads "Submit aborted" and says the file path exceeds the internal length limit.
To work around this problem, limit the length of directory names in the path to the Perforce depot, and limit the length of project, folder, and object names in the Model repository. Shorter names in all instances help limit the total number of characters in the object path name.
The operation to synchronize the Model repository with the version control system fails.
When you attempt to synchronize the Model repository with the version control system, the operation fails with an error message from the version control system. For example, you might see an error like:
The Repository Service operation failed.
['[RSVCSHARED_01524] Unable to submit changes to the version control system.
Encountered the following error: '4'.']
To address this problem, check that the code page settings for the Model repository and the version control system are compatible, depending on your locale.