uberSVN introduction by WANdisco

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- What is uberSVN
- Download and installation
- Major features
- Adding repositories
- Adding users and groups
- Demonstration of main features

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  • 1. uberSVN : Introduction
    We will begin in a few moments
  • 2. uberSVN : Introduction
  • 3. Outline
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    • What is uberSVN
    • 4. Download and installation
    • 5. Major features
    • 6. Adding repositories
    • 7. Adding users and groups
    • 8. Demonstration of main features
  • This training is done with the latest TortoiseSVN Version
    http://www.wandisco.com/subversion/os/downloads
  • 9. What is uberSVN
    Open ALM (application lifecycle management ) Platform
    • Organized around development teams and their activities
    • 10. Create and manage your teams administer Subversion
    • 11. Navigate to any of the other applications integrated into platform
    • 12. Easily extend it to include new ones
  • Download and installation
    http://www.ubersvn.com/
  • 13. Download and installation
    http://www.ubersvn.com/
  • 14. Download and installation
  • 15. Download and installation
  • 16. Download and installation
  • 17. Download and installation
    Email settings are used by uberSVN to send notification emails.If not needed click the Disable Email Notifications.
  • 18. Completed Installation and Login
  • 19. Starting uberSVN
    You can also look at thedocumentation from here
  • 20. Main screen
  • 21. Creating a repository
  • 22. Creating a repository
  • 23. Import to the repository
  • 24. Creating a dump file to populate the repository
    C:dump>svnadmin dump c:devVC > devVC_dump
    * Dumped revision 0.
    * Dumped revision 1.
    * Dumped revision 2.
    * Dumped revision 3.
    * Dumped revision 4.
    ********************************
    * Dumped revision 24.
    * Dumped revision 25.
    C:dump>dir
    Directory of C:dump
    07/27/2011 02:42 PM 14,543,506 devVC_dump
  • 25. Load a dumped file to create a repository
  • 26. Load a dumped file to create a repository
    Here is the new repository
  • 27. Create a dumped file
    A log file is created
    and stored in the installation hierarchy
  • 28. Moving a repository to favorites
    In favorites
    Not in favorites
  • 29. Seeing a project (folder)
  • 30. Defining new users
    numbers and letters only
    numbers and letters only
  • 31. Defining new groups
  • 32. Assigning repository permissions
  • 33. Browsing the repository
    Double-clicking a filewill show the file.
  • 34. Seeing image files
    Some image files can be viewed,
    other cannot.
    You would have to downloadand then use the appropriate editor
  • 35. Show as thumbnails
  • 36. Showing/hiding properties
  • 37. Showing differences – Side by side
  • 38. Showing differences - Inline
  • 39. Navigating through URL
    You can move back the URL chain by selecting earlier levels
  • 40. Showing log information
    The same information is displayed as through TortoiseSVN
  • 41. Showing log action information
  • 42. Looking at log messages
    The log information is shown
    in the order of latest to earliest.
  • 43. Looking at differences from revisions
    Click on a modified file
  • 44. Looking at past revisions
    If you know the revision you can enter it
  • 45. Looking at past revisions
    or
  • 46. Looking at past revisions
  • 47. Changing revisions
    You can shift up/down revisions
  • 48. Download a file
  • 49. Running the blame command
    Shows who changed which lines and
    in which version they were changed
  • 50. Looking at the dashboard
    You can see what has been worked on and what comments have been made
  • 51. Updating uberSVN
    You can see what components have been updated and which could be updated.
  • 52. Updating uberSVN - History
    By selecting “History” tab you can see which updates have been applied.
  • 53. Modifying the dashboard – Outside apps
    The quick links are
    part of the dashboard
    You can have up to eight (8) entries.
  • 54. Decide how you want to use uberSVN.
    Train the user of uberSVN
    Update Policies & Procedures
    Conclusions
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  • 55. Michael Lester
    Copyright © 2011 WandiscoAll rights reserved.
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