I am in the process of revising the current Change Management Plan to read as an Enterprise Change Management Plan to include functional systems and enclaves. Is there a DoD and/or ITIL standard for naming this document to be uniform accross the projects.
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How does on tag files for a baseline in Harvest?
Can someone please explain the difference between configuration control and version control?
Have heard Service Now is a good Help Desk type tool for tracking incidents. Can it's tool suite be used effectively in an IT development environment for version control, baselines, releases/deployments, etc.
Need your expter advice in setting up a new repository structure for our product development.
We have a software product, with 15-compnents and each of the 15-components have at least 15-modules.
Earlier our admin guy had configured the Stash server for us.
The current setup is like this:
Our IT engineer had created 15-Projects in stash/bitbucket server for 15-Components
For each of the 15-modules in a given component, a individual repository was created
I am trying to connect to dimensions via Desktop client and am getting the error as "failed to connect to the dimensions server" .
The same error comes when connecting via dmcli as well.
the oracle is running while we check the server.
can you help us to resolve this.
Can anyone let us know any good reliable company that provides efficient and good quality quick services in providing SVN support. Also if we can get information about their SLA requirements and paid support features, it will be appreciated.
Please share your experiences and the results (if possible) for identification of SVN support providers.
My company is replacing Source Safe. For some reason Bitbucket has been selected. This is likely because we use other Atlassian tools.
My question is, does use of Bitbuck require that a distributed CM model be in place?
Thanks in advance,
Does Perforce need to be installed on a UNIX server, or can it be installed on a Windows server?
I'd like to understand how companies using SVN, TFS, Git, GitHub perform backing out production deployments from two perspectives, your re-deployment method but more importantly, how are you indicating in your respective repo that if code was rolled back, what are you doing internally with your SCM tool to force a message to developers that code was backed out.
In practice I have two new features that are under change control and that I want to be able to track them as separate changes from the first change and until the features are deployed to production.
How do I handle the fact that they both need to make the same changes to one part of the code? If I let one of them carry the change but then decides later on to back out of that “Feature” then I will break the other feature that where depending on the same change.
How can we use metadata to control checkouts in a CM tool?
I.E. Is there a tool which will allow us to identify connections such that, Iif I check out object "A" the the tool will force the checkout of Items "B" and "C" as well.