nrosado Valued Contributor.
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Hello all,

During my working days I use to create/modify flows/subflows, generating some jar files for the same implementation.

Is there any tool/app that I can reflect all the changes that I do for each jar version, where I can write every change that I make, link to jar file location, screenshots, etc.?

Thank you all.

Nelson R

 

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lrevnic Absent Member.
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Re: Control versions

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Hi,

OO has out of the box integration with Source Control Management tools such as Git (https://git-scm.com/) In Git you can track the changes you do on flows and operations source code.

If you want to store binaries such as jars and other type of files versioned and to be able to find them easy there are artifact management systems such as Artifactory (https://www.jfrog.com/open-source/) or Nexus (http://www.sonatype.com/products-sonatype) for this.

Hope it helps,

Lucian 

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lrevnic Absent Member.
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Re: Control versions

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Hi,

OO has out of the box integration with Source Control Management tools such as Git (https://git-scm.com/) In Git you can track the changes you do on flows and operations source code.

If you want to store binaries such as jars and other type of files versioned and to be able to find them easy there are artifact management systems such as Artifactory (https://www.jfrog.com/open-source/) or Nexus (http://www.sonatype.com/products-sonatype) for this.

Hope it helps,

Lucian 

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