CM Bridge: Getting started with the Subversion commandline client

CM Bridge: Getting started with the Subversion commandline client

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Dimensions CM Bridge is a connector between a Subversion enabled client and a CM server that enables:

• Your development tools to talk to a CM repository instead of Subversion.
• Development teams familiar with Subversion to continue using their existing IDEs and tools with the additional benefits of Dimensions CM.
• Dimensions CM to be used with IDEs that do not have a "native" integration with CM but do support Subversion.

 


The CM Bridge Getting Started Guide for Subversion Commandline client describes a comprehensive method for configuring and using a simple checkin/checkout scenario utilising the SVN client to access the CM repository through the use of the CM Bridge.

The PDF Document describes the following steps required to achieve this:

Step 1: Test the CM Bridge servlet
Step 2: Install SVN command line
Step 3: Install SVN command line
Step 4: SVN command line view previous repository versions
Step 5: Check out and check-in

 

Please see the CM Bridge Getting Started Guide - SVN Commandline.pdf for more details.

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Great post, really helpful.
Thank you Vandana.
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