GitHub Instances are Overwriting My Own Directory Structure.
I'm running FNCI 2019R2 on CentOS 7
I setup my Project under version control settings "Instance #1" to download and scan some source code from GitHub. Under my project id #14 FNCI created git.0 sub-directory, downloaded all the code from our internal GitHub, and scanned it. (OK so far.)
After the scan I setup a second scan path where I uploaded the files that usually go to our customers.
Now the Scan Paths look like this:
/tw-src/ccm-latest (and contains the "Updates" subdirectory)
/tw-src/14 (contains the "git.0" subdirectory)
I started a new scan and noticed the following behavior:
My "Updates" sub-directory that was under "/tw-src/ccm-latest" has been removed and a new git.0 was created.
/tw-src/14 still contains the old "git.0" sub-directory from last week.
Not sure if this is a bug or intended behavior, but I would have thought the git.0, git.1...etc... would have been created in /tw-src/14 and my directory path would have been left alone.
Could you please explain the "correct" behavior when there are multiple scan paths?
Including some of the images for clarification.