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Where should the projects reside?

Where should the projects reside?

Problem:

Customer has multiple projects and wants to know if it would be best to be stored on a network drive and how to access them.

Resolution:

1.  The first rule of creating projects for Revolve is to make sure each project is in its own folder.  There should not be more than one .prj file in a folder.  Violation of this rule can cause synchronization issues to one project as other projects that model the same components are updated.

2.   Keeping a standard for the projects, where they are stored, is necessary for the whole of the department using Revolve.  

      a.  It would be best to store all projects on a network drive dedicated to the Revolve source and projects.  

      b.  It is important that all users of Revolve map the network drive letter the same, as this mapping is used to locate and display the correct source in all places source code is displayed..

3.   Keep projects on the network for all users in the department to use.

Old KB# 1099

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