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Access CVS with a Stored SSH Key If you don't want to enter your password each time you access a CVS repository, you can create a set of SSH authorization keys and use the public-key method ...
Approve or Reject an Unmanaged SCM Server Access Request When a user asks for access to an unmanaged SCM server (such as an unmanaged CVS server), an administrator must approve or reject the request.
Approve or Reject a Source Control Repository Request When a user requests a source code repository on a source control server for which you have required approval, a TeamForge administrator must approve the req...
Approve or Reject Repository Delete Requests SCM system maintenance requests (such as a repository delete request) must be approved (or rejected) by an administrator.
Associate Code Commits Create associations between code commits and other CollabNet TeamForge items, such as tracker artifacts or documents, to help define relationships, track dep...
Change the scmviewer Password It is recommended to change the scmviewer password after installing TeamForge.
Check Command History Recent command history for a replica server or a specific repository allows you to check for errors and see whether there are pending commands.
Check Out Code You can use the checkout command to check out the code from Subversion or GIT repository.
Control Your Code Review Policy You can control all Gerrit Code Review features directly from TeamForge by specifying a code review policy as part of the TeamForge Git repository's descript...
Connect to a Subversion Edge Console When a Subversion Edge server has been converted to a SCM Integration server in TeamForge, you can log into its management console from within TeamForge.
Create a Source Code Repository Each project can have one or more source code repositories. Before you can create a source code repository, a site administrator must first add one or more S...
Delete a Source Code Repository When you delete a repository, a request is submitted to the administrator for approval.
Edit SCM Integration Details You can move or reconfigure a source control server without having to reintegrate the server into TeamForge.
Adapters - Integrations Using TeamForge EventQ TeamForge EventQ integrates with different flavors of work item, SCM/commit, build, and review servers using adapters.
Get the Code Browse TeamForge to find the code you want to work on, then check out the code.
FAQs on Git/Gerrit/History Protection These are some of the frequently asked questions on TeamForge-Git integration, Git history protection and so on.
TeamForge-Git Integration TeamForge supports integration with Git, a distributed version control tool powered by Gerrit.
TeamForge-Git Integration Reference This topic discusses the mappings between TeamForge and Gerrit, Gerrit access rights, directory structure, connectivity, logs and configuration properties, a...
History Protection History protection archives rewritten changes and keeps backups of deleted branches. If history changes occur, an immutable backup `ref` is created in the re...
Integrate an Unmanaged CVS Repository with TeamForge Here's how you can integrate an unmanaged CVS repository with TeamForge.
Integrate a Source Code Server A site must have one or more servers to handle source code repositories and users. The source code server can be the same server as the application server or...
Work with the Internal Code Browser For Subversion and Git repositories, you have the option to use the TeamForge code browser which is turned on by default while integrating the source code se...
Linkify Custom Object IDs in Code Browser Include custom object IDs in your commit messages and have them automatically converted to hyperlinks. This is possible if you set up custom object ID mappin...
Manage Replicas A replica server in TeamForge is a Subversion Edge server that replicates the content of an existing core SCM integration server.
Move a Source Code Repository When the existing code base for an application may need to be managed by a different team or project, you can move the source code repository from the first ...
Review Code (Gerrit Single-commit and Pull Request Reviews) TeamForge provides a unified code review experience as it supports both Pull Request and Gerrit single-commit reviews.
Replicate a Repository When a Subversion Edge replica has been successfully registered with a TeamForge SCM integration server, it is available to project administrators in project...
Search Code Integration with Black Duck Code Sight (BDCS) is no longer supported in TeamForge 17.1 and later. TeamForge 17.1 (and later) is equipped with its own code se...
Set up Git Replica Servers On sites distributed across multiple geographic locations, Git Replica Servers are local and remote mirror servers that can provide up-to-date copies of the ...
Set up LFS Git Large File Storage (LFS) is a Git extension for versioning large files. Git LFS replaces large files such as audio samples, videos, datasets, and graphic...
Synchronize TeamForge Source Control Integrations Any time you upgrade your TeamForge site or a source control application, you must ensure that your users can still access their source code.
View Code Commits To stay up to date with code development on a project, browse the code commits made to each repository integrated into your TeamForge site.