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Version Control Set Up

Once you or an Administrator have installed and configured the Version Control product software, to start using Version Control you must first define a Version Control configuration within your project in Enterprise Architect, to be used to control the Packages in the project. You can define any number of Version Control configurations in a single model, but any given Package is associated with only one configuration.

Access

Ribbon

Configure > Version Control > Project Configuration

Context Menu

Right-click on Package > Package Control > Version Control Settings

Define Version Control Configuration

Step

Action

See also

1

On the 'Version Control Settings' dialog, click on the New button.

2

In the 'Unique ID' field, type a suitable configuration name.

Re-use an Existing Configuration

3

Select the Type of Version Control product you are connecting to, by clicking on the corresponding radio button.

Version Control Settings

4

At this point, the middle section of the dialog changes to display a collection of fields specific to the type of Version Control configuration you are defining.

Enter details relating to the Version Control workspace that this configuration is to use.

5

Click on the Save button. The new configuration is added to the Defined Configurations list.

6

If you want to create another Version Control configuration, return to step 1.

When you have finished defining your Version Control configurations, click on the Close button.

Notes

  • Version Control Configuration details are stored in the user's Windows Registry settings, but each project stores a list of the configurations it uses, so that Version Control connections can be initialized as the project is being loaded
  • If you are using the Corporate or extended editions of Enterprise Architect with security enabled, the administrator must also set up access permissions to configure and use Version Control

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