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Automatically posting committed changes to production server

From: Sinang, Danny <D.Sinang_at_spitech.com>
Date: 2005-05-08 03:22:38 CEST

Dear Users,
Am a newbie at this, so please bear with me.
We have a server running SVN acting as our source code repository and we
have another box running our production web application.
If I understand it right, for any changes we want to effect on our
production web application, our developers are supposed to :
1. Check-in all their web application source code changes to the
SVN server
2. Check out an updated version of the web application
3. Post the web application source to the production web server
Is there a better / faster / automated way than this ?
Is it possible to configure SVN to update our production web server for
every committed change ?
Received on Sun May 8 03:25:08 2005

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