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NWDI track just to check-in, check-out code

Hi,

I have a requirement where I want just want to have some code in a central repository with versioning functionality . I don't have a requirement to build the code, so I want to know if I can go for NWDI-->Creation of tack. Please let me know if below basic steps are correct.

1) Creation of track in NWDI

2) Create a SC (Software component) under the track in NWDI

3) Download the SC to your local (NWDS)

4) Create a DC under the SC in NWDS ( SC which has been downloaded from NWDI track to your local)

5) Put your java code in these DCs (I am not bothered about their build)

6) Configure your NWDS with NWDI (Connection)

7) Check-in the code to NWDI

Any steps I am missing or any here are any corrections in the above steps needed ? Please guide.

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3 Answers

  • Oct 05, 2015 at 03:14 PM

    Hi,

    You do need to clarify whether you do need to use the 'Component Model'.

    If you do not need it - use only DTR & nothing else from the NWDI. However then you will not be able to use neither DC nor SC. It will not be possible to create SCA neither.

    The developers create Eclipse projects and develop them with the help of NWDS. In order to share source code, the Design Time Repository is used.

    Regards

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  • Oct 02, 2015 at 11:03 PM

    for your case why bother to use nwdi? svn, git, .......

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  • Oct 09, 2015 at 07:48 AM
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