With the Catch-up feature, you can add files to your project. You just have to make a zip file with your new files or import one from Secured Spaces or from an S3 Bucket through a presigned URL. The tree structure in your zip file must be the same as your AWS Blu Insights project if you need to detect modifications in the existing codebase.
AWS Blu Insights can automatically detect the encoding of your source code files. You can also specify it manually by disabling the option in the Advanced menu.
Files are re-encoded to UTF-8 by default. You can disable this, although we don’t recommend it.
Once the zip is uploaded, an impact analysis is done and the result is shown in a popup window. This window shows new homonyms, files to be overwritten, files to be added, impacted workpackages and test scenarios, etc.
The analysis also detects if one or several new files will impact operations like:
Thanks to this impact analysis, the user can proceed with the import of new artifacts and get their project metrics updated automatically. He/she can also cancel the catch-up to keep the project as it is.