psciascia Honored Contributor.
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How does Pulse Code Review work?

I was eager to find out about Pulse code review, but all I find in the documentation is how to configure it. How does it actually work? What's the workflow? Who's involved, when and how?

Is there a white paper, a document or a video that exists?

Thanks

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Re: How does Pulse Code Review work?

Once you install the 17.0 CPC, you should find a Pulse .pdf in  your install path.

Your CPC installation .pdf will also describe the UI changes that lead to the Pulse Frame.

 

psciascia Honored Contributor.
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Re: How does Pulse Code Review work?

Thanks Anil. Does the 17.0 CPC  require the 17.0 Server?

 

We're running a 6.0.3.112 CPC on a 16.0.1.23 server.

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psciascia Honored Contributor.
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Re: How does Pulse Code Review work?

Of course that's 16.0.3.112, not 6 🙂

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Re: How does Pulse Code Review work?

Yes, you do need to upgrade to both the 17.0 Server and the 17.0 clients across all seats, to leverage the Pulse Code Review technology.

As well as the new Light weight Views implementation.

Take care

anil

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psciascia Honored Contributor.
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Re: How does Pulse Code Review work?

Thanks again, and is the concept nof a lightweight view also explained in the documentation as well?

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Re: How does Pulse Code Review work?

yes

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