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Uploading PB code to a new SVN Repository (PB 11.2)

Hi,

I have PB 11.2. I have a PB app and I am trying to setup SVN Repository for that app. 3 programmers will be accessing this PB app.

I have installed VisualSVN Server.

Using it I have created 3 users and 1 group.

I have also created 1 repository PB-Pend with 3 folders in it: branches, tags and trunk.

Now I want to upload the PB code into this repository and I am confused on how to do that. The PB code is in .PBL. How this all work? A Tutorial will greatly help.

Thanks

SRH

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 01:15 AM

    You need to use a MSSCCI to SVN bridge product like PushOK to get PowerBuilder to connect to SVN. Once you've got that setup, you can do a checkin of all of the objects to the truck of that repository. You'll want to use the PowerBuilder IDE to do that, because it allow you to check in / check out individual objects. That's something you can't do at the file system level with the PBLs.

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 12:36 PM

    Hi SRH;

    What Bruce said .. but, you would not be doing a "Check-In" at that point. Instead, you would be selecting the "Add to Source Control" from the popup menu. This action would be initiated by using the right-hand mouse button on your PB application's "WorkSpace" object!

    Regards .. Chris

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