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Version Control Configuration

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.  Typically, a single Version Control configuration is used to control all of the packages within a model.



Settings > Version Control > Project-VC

Context Menu

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

Define Version Control Configuration



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


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

Re-use an Existing Configuration


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

Version Control Settings


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.


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


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.


  • 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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