I have Solidcore running on my Organization, currently we are implementing a new Application, this application will need to read from a configuration folder that we put in 'D:' drive.
The 'D:' drive is Solidified, we will also be updating new files from time to time, means there will be file deletion and replacement, now every time we want to make changes either delete or replace configuration files on the 'D:' drive, Solidcore will block the delete or file replace task, the only way is to put Solidcore into Update Mode and then change to Enabled Mode again once file replacement completed
Is there any other way that i could do this? put in a Solidcore Rules and make the 'D:' as a Trusted Directories or add it into Skiplist?
Can someone please share the best practice to do this, changing to Update Mode doesn't seem like doing the job
Have you tried make the application as trusted updater process on enable mode , if not try the same .
Also add the file deletion script also as an trusted updater process on enable mode .
We are not using any script or automation, the delete and replace is done by user, the app developer will replace those old codes or project file with the new ones that they have updated from their computer to the 'D:' drive
Check this for a pro solution regarding solidcore. Do not EXCLUDE full Directory like 10 years ago.