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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-04-29T17:25:02Z by MFXX_Srinivasa_Reddy
MFXX_Srinivasa_Reddy
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Pinned topic How best we can utilize version controls like SVN,CVS

‏2013-04-29T07:49:19Z |

Hi All,

  How best we can utilize version control with respect to Datapower coding?

  I mean here 

   If i change any code in XSL is it best to store entire service in version control or better to store only file?

  How about domain wise?

Like, In one domain I have services now I want enhance these services but need old copy services also how best we can utilize version control here?

 

Regards,

Sri

  • kenhygh
    kenhygh
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    Re: How best we can utilize version controls like SVN,CVS

    ‏2013-04-29T11:39:23Z  

    Sri,

    I generally do the following: when I'm finished unit-testing in my development environment, I export the service, and store it in SVN/whatever. I do the same, independently, with the stylesheets. I can then tag the export, XSLs, and XMLs if I have them, all with a release number. I can then promote that release through the rest of the environments.

  • kenhygh
    kenhygh
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    Re: How best we can utilize version controls like SVN,CVS

    ‏2013-04-29T11:39:23Z  

    Sri,

    I generally do the following: when I'm finished unit-testing in my development environment, I export the service, and store it in SVN/whatever. I do the same, independently, with the stylesheets. I can then tag the export, XSLs, and XMLs if I have them, all with a release number. I can then promote that release through the rest of the environments.

  • MFXX_Srinivasa_Reddy
    34 Posts

    Re: How best we can utilize version controls like SVN,CVS

    ‏2013-04-29T17:25:02Z  
    • kenhygh
    • ‏2013-04-29T11:39:23Z

    Sri,

    I generally do the following: when I'm finished unit-testing in my development environment, I export the service, and store it in SVN/whatever. I do the same, independently, with the stylesheets. I can then tag the export, XSLs, and XMLs if I have them, all with a release number. I can then promote that release through the rest of the environments.

    Hi Ken,

      Thanks for reply.

     

    Regards,

    Sri