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General Board / Usage of Version Control - opinion requested
« on: June 15, 2016, 06:45:25 pm »

So we are looking at a current project on what we will or will not use for a Shared Repository to be used by multiple teams. One of the things that have to pass our decision tree is Version Control. Now we do understand how helpfull Version Control is but we now got stuck in finding/selecting the proper Version Control tools.
Questions from me to you.

1 - Are you using Version Control?

2 - What are you using for Version Control?

3 - How easy was Version Control for you to install?

4 - How many additional software packages did you have to install to get it all to work?

5 - How user friendly is the Version Control you are using?

Yes, it is a list but we want to make sure that it is easy to install, easy to use, easy to maintain and most of all does not cost us a suitcase full of money.
In the end - is it really worth all the money and trouble to get it installed?

Suggestions and Requests / Add-In for TFS request
« on: November 03, 2015, 03:04:48 am »
Yes, TFS - it is what a company decides but I have to work with it.

So the main question: can we have a TFS add-in again for V12 of EA so we can synchronise our requirements?

Many thanks in advance

General Board / What to install to connect TFS and EA
« on: August 21, 2015, 01:43:41 am »

We have a nice amount of user stories stored in TFS. Now I want make a connection with TFS and trace the PBI from TFS with any artifact within EA. Now it seems I need to install Visual Studio and TFS and ... a lot.

Question: Due to cost and licensing I want to know what bare minimum do I have to install to make a connection between EA and TFS?

I use the EA12 Ultimate edition and have nothing regarding Visiual Studio installed (I am no programmer but the designer/requirements man).

Bugs and Issues / Import moves element from packages to root package
« on: November 03, 2015, 02:54:13 am »
OK - the update with the GUID has annoying feature which I consider a bug since it is moving an element from its package to the root package.

Situation is that I have 'root' package for the requirements.
- req1
- req2
- package1 with req3
- package2 with req4

If I am now 'refreshing' the requirement including the GUID for these four requirements the root package looks like this:
- req1
- req2
- req3
- req4
- package1 <-- empty
- pacakge2 <-- empty

Bit of annoying that all the requirements are moved from their packages to the root package.

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