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Unity's version control component has been upgraded to Plastic SCM.

Collab no longer working on Unity 2018.4.30f1

Discussion in 'Unity Collaborate' started by Greg_Littlefield, Feb 17, 2022.

  1. Greg_Littlefield


    Jun 5, 2018
    Hi there.
    We are using Unity 2018.4.30f1 on our project here (so not the LTS unfortunately) because we have several legacy tools and packages we are not in a capacity to upgrade to a more recent version. So we are out of the whole Plastic SCM loop.
    (also we are using the Unity Collaborate latest package, 1.2.16)
    And an hour ago suddenly our devs here found themselves with Collab errors saying our project is archived (it is not, we double checked project ID: d65181f5-7bc5-43d7-aeb5-00ed58eb7c8e ). We are currently locked out of our own project.

    Any one has any idea what could be happening?
    Last edited: Feb 17, 2022
  2. ValeryNikulina


    Unity Technologies

    Oct 26, 2020

    The migration to Plastic SCM will be touching every organization and every project. If you're on unsupported version, you'll need to continue with Plastic SCM client instead of the plugin for Unity.

    To help you with getting started with the client, here's a guide to get started.

    Download the Plastic SCM client from here (Cloud Edition), install it and log in with your Unity ID account. After this, you'd be able to find your project in 'Repositories' from the left side menu. When you find it, you right-click on it -> Crate workspace for this repository. In a new popup, you'd need to choose a local folder where you want your repository to be downloaded and, after you create a local folder, you'll see a green button in the top-right corner offering you to update. After you click on it, you'll get your project's files to this local folder downloaded from Plastic SCM and will be ready to continue working.