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uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
uberSVN introduction by WANdisco
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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
      3
      • 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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