Users need to use CVS with Team Coding. How do they set it up?
SET UP CVS
Note: These are suggestion steps to get you started. They are mean to be a guideline. Please consult the 3rd party version control of your documentation for specific functionality.
1. Install CVSNT on Server.
2. Open Start | All Programs | CVSNT | Service control Panel.
3. Under Service Status tab, click on “Stop” CVS Service.
4. Under the Repositories tab create a serve repository. For example C:/cvsrepository.
5. Under Service Status tab, click on “Start” CVS Service again.
6. Install CVSNT on client. Install only client portion.
7. Go to your Windows Environment Variables and create CVSROOT.
8. The example is :pserver:prod\jlin@ALV106750A:\cvsrepository where
:pserver - Protocol identified upon CVS install.
:prod\jlin - Domain and user name.
@alv203835 - Computer name on network.
:\cvsrepository - Name of repository specified in the Server of your CVS.
9. On the client machine create a working folder. For example, C:\cvsworkfolder.
10. Go to the command prompt and change the directory to your working folder you just created.
11. Log into CVS by typing “cvs logon.”
12. The log on password should be your network log on password to the server machine.
13. Checkout cvsroot from the Server by typing “cvs checkout cvsroot.” This will add a cvsroot directory to the local working folder.
14. Change to the cvsroot directory from the work folder.
15. Create a project folder and add this to the repository. For example, in the command prompt typing “mkdir mod.”
16. Add the project folder to the repository, by typing “cvs add mod.”
17. Mod will now be added to your client working folder as well as your server working folder under your /CVSROOT directory.
18. You are now ready to use Team Coding with CVS from Toad or SQL Navigator.
SETTING UP CVS WITH TEAM CODING
Note for SQL Navigator there is no Utilities menu to begin with. Just go to the Team Coding menu directly.
1. Install the Server Side Objects under the Database | Administer | Server Side Objects Wizard. (In SQL Nav it is Tools | Server-Side Installation Wizard.)
2. Go to Utilities | Team Coding | Team Coding Status.
3. Select Settings.
4. In the Configuration tab, check Enable Team Coding, Use Code Control Groups, and Use 3rd Party Version Control.
5. In order for CVS To automatically update the repositories on your server, please select “Update Database After Check In” in the General tab.
6. Click on OK.
7. Go to Utilities | Team Coding | VCS Logon.
8. Check $CVSROOT Environment Variable.
9. Specify your working directory and your password.
10. Go to Utilities | Team Coding | Status and make sure all components have a green check mark.
11. Now set up the code control groups from the Utilities | Team Coding | Code Control Groups.
12. Click on the Add Group icon
13. Specify a group name.
14. Click on the ... icon next to the Project Name field and select the project file you created in CVS.
15. Click on OK.
16. Specify a mask by double clicking on the control group you just created.
These instructions with corresponding screenshots are attached.