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Source Control in Web Dynpro

Does anyone know if SAP is working on (or has a recommended) source control package for working in the Netweaver Developers Studio. Looking for something with check-in/check-out functionality similar to VSS.

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    Posted on Jun 30, 2004 at 11:55 PM

    Yes it is known as the DTR (Design time repository)

    check this link

    /people/manohar.sreekanth/blog/2003/10/05/why-dtr-why-not-perforce-or-clearcase

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2004 at 12:55 AM

    VSS plugins are supported. Atleast the version which we are working doesn't support the DTR.

    Cheers,

    Sam

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      We have been working on WAS 6.40 sp3 right through to sp6 and we have been using the DTR right from the beginning. To use the DTR you wil have to define your web dynpro components as Development components , apart from standard versioning ,check in and check out facilities DTR supports web dynrpos at a component level and creates activities for only those files that needed to be worked on automatically, depending on what part of the component is being edited. VSS cant handle this. The DTR helps to solve lots of maintenance issues and DEV to TEST migration issues

      Pran

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