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lpopescu
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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.

Thanks,

Lauren

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