We call deploy scripts(cmd files) through our own make xml files from cruisecontrol. In the deploy CMD files there is error level return explicitly mentioned. But still cruise control does not catch the errors. Logs show it as failed but reports sucessfull. Below is how we call deploy scripts.
1. from cruisecontrol config.xml we call our own xml file like below
I received one request from one of our client regarding "group permission change for listed folders" from “abc” vob as they are not able to change permission due to mastership issue for those folders. Because, mastership lies at our end. I got request to change the group permissions for our vob's 10 directories. So that they can access and do some analysis through some tools. But as per our admins, VOB group permissions remains to one group only and they cannot change it. But our Client is keep on pinging me. As per my R&D, I found "protectvob" command. Does the below command works?
I have been working on SVN for more than 2 years, and one of the features i admired in this tool, is that it can be coupled with Standard web-container like Apache to extract logs on usage management. (better security).
Do you know if a setup like that can (or had existed) for CM Synergy (v:7.1), where i can procure the list of users on demand, irrespective of the source repositories hosted in the tool
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I would like to know the SCM tools that are used for technologies such as Cloud Computing. Seen from this perspective, has anything changed with regards to the ITIL processes? For instance, with cloud computing, servers and application softwares are maintained by thirdparty companies such as Amazon. So, when development needs to release and deploy a software package, what ITIL processes have changed (if any)? I imagine that the SCM processes would be lean for cloud computing - correct me if I am wrong?
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