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Lieutenant
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Can PPM connect with GIT as source code repo?

Currently our PPM is connected to CVS for source codes. Our organization is having all repos migrating  to GIT.

Do PPM support GIT as source code? Any one done this migration or any document fro reference.

Currently in 9.40 version and planning to upgrade to 9.5x.

 

Thanks

Sudeep

 

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Hi Sudeep,

There's no built-in special commands in PPM to use Git as a Source Control system, but I've heard of some admins that successfully leveraged Git with PPM by using command line executed through PPM.

The thing is, since PPM has the ability to execute arbitrary command lines remotely, with all the extra value of workflow & tokens, it's possible to leverage any tool that has a command line interface (and Git surely has) as long as you're not scared of by the tedious nature of command line operations.

Cheers,

Etienne.

 

 

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Lieutenant Commander
Lieutenant Commander

Hi @SudeepSP ,

After build from GIT you keep your tar files into JFrog or any artifactory, from there you can get those code using Obejct type. as per your requirement and process you have to write your code in Object type. 

Thanks,

Sabyasachi

 

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