Copying version tree. Part II

Wow, Marian Caikovski have found a bug in my old blogpost about copying version tree 🙂 Though it is not clear what “The described method will work even if the root version in the source object has been previously deleted. But the copies will not be entirely valid.” does mean, because I observe the following behaviour:

Connected to Documentum Server running Release 7.3.0000.0214  Linux64.Postgres
Session id is s0
API> create,c,dm_document
...
0902987880002cf1
API> save,c,l
...
OK
API> checkout,c,l
...
0902987880002cf1
API> checkin,c,l
...
0902987880002cfc
API> fetch,c,0902987880002cfc
...
OK
API> checkout,c,l
...
0902987880002cfc
API> checkin,c,l
...
0902987880002cfe
API> destroy,c,0902987880002cf1
...
OK
API> fetch,c,0902987880002cf1
...
OK
API> saveasnew,c,l
...
[DM_SYSOBJECT_E_IS_DELETED]error:  
  "The sysobject '' has been deleted and can not be updated/deleted."

which could be fixed using following trick:

API> set,c,l,i_is_deleted
SET> F   
...
OK
API> saveasnew,c,l
...
0902987880002cf3

The complete code is available on github.

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