Ivercy SCC Status Icons in the Access Navigation Pane

This table describes the status icons used for the Access objects in the Access Navigation Pane.

Icon Status Description Related information
New / Not controlled This object is not known by the source code control system. Usually this means the object has just been created and not yet added to source code control. It might appear in cases where you renamed an object locally without your SCC-System noticing it.
Checked In The object is checked-in version control.
Checked Out This object is checked-out by you. However it is checked out shared. So other people on your team can still check-out this object as well and modify it. This status is mainly informative and not all SCC-Systems will propagate this status to other users. In this case only you see the check-out-status of this object, while it appears checked in to everybody else.
Checked Out Exclusive This object is checked out exclusively by you. No one else can check-out this object until you either check-in or undo the check-out.
Checked Out to other (User) This object is checked-out by someone else. However it is checked out shared. So you can still check-out this object and modify it as well. But expect a conflict if you and the other person both check-in changes to this object.
Checked Out to other (User) Exclusive This object is checked out exclusively by someone else. You can not check-out this object until the other person either checks-in or undoes the check-out.
Checked Out to other Folder You checked-out this object to another folder. A folder, which is not your current working folder, that is. As this is a shared check-out, this is only informational to the SCC-System. However you yourself should know if you possibly changed the object in the other folder and need to check in those changes.
Checked Out to other Folder Exclusive You checked-out this object to another folder exclusively. A folder, which is not your current working folder, that is. So nobody else can check-out this object, and you can't either from your current working folder. You need to check-in the changes or undo the check-out to the other folder.
Deleted The object has been deleted. Most SCC-Systems do not support this status. Objects that have been deleted in the repository will then simply be displayed as new objects. You yourself need to figure that out and delete the objects locally.
Pinned / Locked This object has been Pinned or Locked in the SCC-System. It can not be checked-out by anybody. This status can only be set/unset in the client to your SCC-System.
Unknown Status Well, we do not know what your object's status is. You can look at the textual representation of the status in the Object List window or use the client software of your SCC-System to see it's status information. If you can't find a reasonable explanation for this status, please get into contact with our support.
Modified in Access This object has been modified within Access. Either by you, by some utility/assistant or by Access itself. - This status can be displayed in combination with most other status.
Modified in the working folder This object has been modified in the local working folder. Either by you or by some utility/tool other than Ivercy. - This status can be displayed in combination with most other status. Optically this icon is almost identical to the "Modified in Access"-Icon, as in our opinion distinguishing both has no effect on the workflow.
Out of date Your local copy of the object is out of date. It has been modified by someone else and checked-in into the repository. - This status can be displayed in combination with most other status.