revert back to earlier versions

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revert back to earlier versions

I made the version from 0.1 to 0.2. Then 0.2 doesn't work so I'd like to revert back to 0.1. But the file is sure to be locked.
I found the following solution from other post.
"if you can't open the latest version of job, go to Navigator--->your project name folder-->process and remove the two files of old version job: jobName_oldVersion.item, jobName_oldVersion.properties, then return back to repository viewer and click on 'refresh' button."
But I didn't see the option of process at all. So that I couldn't delete the old version jobs.
I'm using TOS 4.0.2 and database (not subversion). And the project has CDC stuff. I don't know if these the reason that I cannot see the process option.
Could anyone help me on this issue? How can I change it back to 0.1 with database repository?
Thanks!!!
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Re: revert back to earlier versions

Hi
Go to window-->show view and open the Navigator view if it does not appear.
Best regards
Shong
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Re: revert back to earlier versions

still couldn't see. I can only see images and temp folders. Is there any other way to revert back? It's really weird.
Thanks!
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Re: revert back to earlier versions

elvalin1559,
It should be in the process folder. U only have two folders under your project?
Regards
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Re: revert back to earlier versions

Yes, only two of them as specified in the earlier post. I used database as repository not subversion. Is it the problem why I couldn't see?
Thanks!

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