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Re: Tortoise SVN set up

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <ulrich.eckhardt_at_dominolaser.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Aug 2011 10:20:52 +0200

On Friday 26 August 2011, vksunchu wrote:
> I am very much new to this forum, I am trying to have tortoise svn as a
> version control tool in my company.
>
> Basically I am trying to achieve the following
>
> 1) Version Control tool
> 2) Deploying artifacts such as pl/sql packages,procedures,value
> sets,menus,forms,reports,views,functions,OAF code,XML data definitions and
> many others

The first thing to get accustomed to is Subversion itself, because TSVN only
provides a graphical client interface on top of that. In particular the setup
and configuration of the server is not a TSVN issue. Keep in mind that SVN
versions file trees, and that the trunk/branches/tags structure you will find
in lots of documentation is not a must for you but just a common convention.

> 3) deployments window

Seems like you are doing web development, there are existing approaches to
deploying websites using hook scripts and rsync etc, it all depends on what
exactly you need.

> and some sort of authentication.

This is a server setup issue, please read the docs about the two server
variants that are provided, as this will also affect the available
authentication schemes.

> 4) Any customizations like adding colors company logo and all

TSVN already provides a few hooks to pull e.g. updates from a company-specific
location, so they can get approved. Of course, being FOSS, you can also
compile it from scratch and customize it to your delight.

> I know its trivial and basic thing but if someone can point me to the right
> direction so that I can get it started..

This is not trivial at all, take time, ask questions. I guess most of your
questions belong to the SVN mailinglist though, not here.

BTW: You forgot integration in you backup/restore procedures, SVN is not a
replacement for backups! Also, you will need to make plans how to train users,
maybe define procedures and conventions for use in your company.

Good luck!

Uli

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