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We are using SYNERGY source control.

The requirement is , after the coder has done the changes, it has t be tested by the tester and only  upon testing completion, the code should be delivered to source control repository.

it is like A jonkins job for testers where the coding tasks will be given as input parameters and it takes care of deployment in he test environment. after the 'testing' success, the developer will be asked to 'commit' thier changes permenantly. Please hellp me how this process can be implemnted in synergy

Hello All,

I want to test a mobile application with 30k load in jmeter with cloud set-up,as i have never done such a huge v.user load in jmeter and with distributed load,please help me how to proceed with detailed step by step.

I have worked in jmtere(here: for past 5-6 months but with only one load generator machine with 200-300 V.user.





My company is planning a Synergy to GIT migration.

I have found the PySynergy project on Github and trying to use it.


I had to adapt it for our environment and fix some small issues.

But I see i'm unable to migrate the source code to GIT with the code tree.


Has anyone tried this migration, including the code tree?

Any suggestions / references?




I'm the Configuration Manager for a large enterprise project. I was added to the team after around 8 months worth of developement/staging had already taken place. We're working toward a short-term ATO, and PMO is looking to baseline our applications. My argument is that we're not ready to baseline, as we're still in developemnt. No configuation items are recorded in Remedy, the Change Managemnet process isn't fleshed out (as that is also my tasking), and we have no historical records that I can find for how are architecture came to this point.

I am a part of a new project in which I am responsible for migrating the CVS repository to GIT.  I would appreciate some feedback from anyone who has performed this migration.

This can be either adapted from a more "conventional" CM plan or written entirely from scratch. This question may be answered somewhere else in the Agile Forum and, if so, I would appreciate anyone sending me where such a plan may be found.


I have a number of Linux shell scripts for automation of particular operations. For example: merging SVN revisions from one branch to other, update statuses of JIRA tickets, make an Oracle eBS build from sources stored in SVN or git etc. 

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With help of Oracle Virtual Box provider, how we can create our own customized vagrant box with in-house tools?

 How to Choose the Best Automation Testing Tool and what are the features we have to consider in that tool 

I've used Ratiional ClearCase and ClearQuest in the past, but it's been a long time - at least seven years since I used CQ, and probably a decade since I used CC. On a project where we used both, I had them integrated. (I used them enough to refer to them collectively as "ClearWaste".)

I'm currently tasked with evaluating various CM-related suites for where I'm working now, and I'm finding it very confusing to determine just what IBM is currently offering.

I see ClearCase and ClearQuest are still sold. Are they actively supported?

I am looking for the UCM_BLOCK_ACTIVITY trigger for ClearCase and there are lots of referrals to CMCrossroads. Unfortunately, nothing is here. Suggestions?

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