What are the challenges you face when working across database platforms? Take the survey
Options

How to share Source Control Projects across multiple team members

I just created a new TFS Source Control project for our Oracle database.

How can I make this project available to other team colleagues so they can work on the same project?

Tagged:

Answers

  • Options
    All the team members will need to setup the project independently.
    To work on the same project they should all link to the same Source Control for Oracle folder in the repository.
    Sergio
    Product Support Engineer
    Redgate Software Ltd
    Please see our Help Center for detailed guides on how to use our tools
  • Options

    Hi Sergio,

    Many thanks for responding...

    When we try to setup a TFS Source Control project, we are asked 2 questions:

    Specify the URL and folder for TFS repository

    Specify an empty folder or an existing scripts folder in the repository.

    If we specify the location in TFS where the first person created the project, it does not recognize it. Not sure what is missing in the TFS folder

    What is contained within a "existing scripts folder"?

    In my user local data for "Source Control For Oracle5", I have a few files that contain the project details (LinkedDatabases.xml, OptionsStore.xml, ConnectionStore.xml, RadGate_SQLSourceControl_Engine_EngineOption.xml)

    Is this the "Scripts folder"?

    Nitin

  • Options
    Hello Sergio / Redgate Support,

    Could you please review my questions and provide some assistance.

    Is there an email I can use to progress this faster.

    Nitin
  • Options
    The scripts folder is the folder that Source Control for Oracle uses to store the scripts for the objects in you schema(s).

    This folder should have a file named DatabaseInformation.xml



    That's where the rest of the team members should link to.

    User local data is application data and it doesn't need to be shared.
    Sergio
    Product Support Engineer
    Redgate Software Ltd
    Please see our Help Center for detailed guides on how to use our tools
Sign In or Register to comment.