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Re: Oracle customer reference using Subversion

From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2005-12-01 16:27:29 CET

Alfredo Chinchilla Hernández wrote:
> Hello there,
> I have sent before a message requesting a reference on anybody who's
> using Subversion on a Oracle Applications projects. Due to the fact
> of getting no answers back I would like to expand my criteria and
> ask if anyone knows about a generic Oracle Development project that
> uses Subversion as their Version-Control System.
>
> Thanks for your help,
> Alfredo Chinchilla
> Project One
> Stryker Europe, Middle East & Africa
>
>
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Alfredo,

I can think of several other postings on this site that reference using
Subversion for version control of database objects. Unfortunately, my
company will not make any formal statement for or against any
third-party software we use, but we do use Subversion to manage our
database objects (tables, views, procedures, etc). All objects are
stored as separate scripts. This works very well for us as we can track
which developer changes which line of the database across all objects
(some 8,000 +/- DB objects).

We use the same code to track our application code (delphi based). You
could use it to track your Oracle Applications development, but each
individual .fmx form or .rdf/.rep report would be tracked in the system
as a binary object. There really is no 'line - by - line' tracking in
objects such as those. It's the same sort of thing as others who have
discussed tracking .doc or .xls files in other recent discussions.

HTH

Regards,
Frank

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