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Working with DTR

Hi,

I would like to have some versioning mechnism when working <b>only</b> with the DTR.

I though of sharing the same project to different folders in the DTR for each version, but, after I share a project once, I can not share it agian.

Does anyone have an idea/solution for this?

How can I save versions when working <b>only</b> with the DTR?

Thanks,

Aviad

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2006 at 09:59 AM

    You mean version of your application of versions of the source files? Versions of the sourcefiles are default functionality of the DTR.

    Versions of your applications should be handled in different workspaces. In other words: create a workspace for each application/version combo that you want to develop/maintain.

    Note that you can derive workspaces from existing workspaces, thus "branching" the sources of the original workspace.

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2006 at 01:06 PM

    Hi Aviad

    Yes you are on the right track you will have to share your local project to a workspace in the DTR , in this case its not necessary that you need to adhere to the software component model. Once you have shared your project to a particular workspace I think you should be able to map to another workspace by performing a disconnect from the first workspace.

    Regards

    Prna

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