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Add a Parent Project to Your Project You can coordinate work among multiple projects; enable the user, user group and role inheritance by adding a common parent project to several projects.
Allocate Public Cloud Hosts in a Project To enable project members to allocate hosts from a public cloud in your Lab Management site, you must turn on a setting to allow the inclusion of public clou...
Separate a Subproject from its Parent Project When a subproject grows beyond its original scope, you may want to make it a standalone project or move it to a different project hierarchy.
Set up Kanban Board The Kanban Board is a project management tool, which gives you a snapshot of the work items, in which states they are, how they are progressing and if there ...
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...
Create a TeamForge Project Create a new project when you have identified work to be done that has its own distinct character, dependencies or schedule.
Create a Project Template To make it easier to start projects, provide project templates based on existing projects.
Create a Planning Folder As a project admin or as a user with the appropriate permissions, create and populate all the planning folders you need to capture the work you are planning.
Customize TeamForge You can redesign some aspects of your site to suit your organization's needs and preferences.
Delete a Source Code Repository When you delete a repository, a request is submitted to the administrator for approval.
Manage the Document Settings The document management system is a centralized repository for creating, storing, and managing information about a project. Project members with the Document...
Export Planning Folder Artifacts To use the contents of artifacts from a planning folder in other applications, export them to a CSV, XML, XSLX formats or tab-delimited file.
Integrate or Link External Applications to Projects You can make it easy for project members to use a wide variety of applications and sites from within TeamForge.
Add Users to a Project Before a person can work on a project, you have to make him a member of the project.
Set up Hardware for your Team to Use When you set up Lab Management, your team members can use TeamForge to access their own virtual machines for developing and testing.
Add Review Board to TeamForge Projects When TeamForge Site Administrator has made the Review Board application available, Project Administrators can add it as one of their project tools.
FAQs on Install/Upgrade/Administration These are some of the frequently asked questions on the installation, upgrade, and site admin related activities in TeamForge.
Move a Planning Folder A planning folder's position may reflect scheduling changes in relation to the work contained in other planning folders.
Planning Folder Overview A planning folder is a way to organize work into feasible chunks and monitor its progress. As a project admin or as a user with the appropriate permissions, ...
Manage Statuses for a Planning Folder To help team members understand how to work with a planning folder, create statuses for it that correspond to the planning folder's life cycle.
Edit a Project As a project administrator in TeamForge Lab Management, you can edit certain properties for your project.
Categorize a Project Organizing projects by categories can help users find what they need on a site quickly and easily.
Control Project Access - Create a Role Based Access Control (RBAC) To control who can access your project, consider the purpose of your project and the appropriate type of user.
Handle a Request for Project Membership A registered CollabNet TeamForge user can ask to be a member of a project. As the project administrator, it's up to you to approve or reject such requests.
Handle a Request to Leave a Project A TeamForge user who wants to leave a project must submit a request. The project administrator can approve or reject the request.
Remove a User from a Project When you remove a user from a project, all items such as tasks and tracker artifacts that were assigned to the user are re-assigned to None.
The Project Dashboard Page The Project Dashboard offers a centralized view into all development projects managed in TeamForge .
FAQs on Projects These are some of the frequently asked questions on projects.
Build Your Project Pages (Project Page Component, Publishing Repository) Project members and other users need to know how to interact with your project. You can give them the information and tools they need by creating and maintai...
Provision a Continuous Integration Server from a Lab Management Cloud The Lab Management Cloud plugin enables Hudson and Jenkins to automatically create slaves from Lab Management clouds.
Reallocate a System To enable a project member to use a system, you must reallocate the system to that user.
Reorder the Contents of a Planning Folder You can move artifacts in a planning folder up and down to reflect the order in which they should be addressed.
Reorder Planning Folders When the sequence of work in your project changes, it's a good idea to reorder the planning folders so that they accurately reflect the real order or work.
Advanced Reporting and Datamart Access Using external reporting and OLAP tools, query the datamart directly and generate reports. The database schema diagrams provide the means to create advanced ...
Reporting in TeamForge Generate a report to get a snapshot of what is going on in a project. You can generate reports on data stored in both TeamForge's production (operational) da...
Mandate Comments for Wiki Changes To help keep track of changes to a Wiki page, require users to record a comment about their changes when they save the page.
Restrict Users in Using Profiles in a Project To control which operating system profiles the users in your project can build hosts with, adjust the settings in your profile library.
Define the Scope of Your Project Defining scope is an iterative, interactive process. As you go through it, you'll find elements of your scope expanding, shrinking or changing shape in respo...
Set up Planning Board The Planning Board is an important tool for your TeamForge project's agile planning activities. It enables you to plan and monitor the features that are requ...
Set up Tags Creating tags and tagging items such as documents, artifacts and so on can aid in classification, marking ownership of work items, marking items as milestone...
Manage Your Project Teams The Team feature, as the name implies, enables you to create logical groups of team members to carry out project activities more efficiently in an agile envi...
Set up Trackers A Tracker is a collection of related artifacts that describe work to be done or issues to be resolved. Every project should have one or more trackers. When y...
Monitor Project Output Regularly test and measure the features your team produces, involving real users as much as possible.
Update a Planning Folder A planning folder is a dynamic representation of a changing situation. From time to time, you'll want to update its name, description and other parameters to...
Upload Build to Project Build Library (PBL) To get your software into users' hands, upload your build to the Project Build Library.
Upload Build to Project Build Library To get your software into users' hands, upload your build to the Project Build Library.
Set up Webhooks for Projects Webhooks can be configured both at a project level or for select repositories. Once set up, SCM events such as commit and merge are published to the Webhooks...
Set up Webhooks for Repositories Webhooks can be configured both at a project level or for select repositories. Once set up, SCM events such as commit and merge are published to the Webhooks...
Set up Webhooks for Tracker Artifacts Webhooks can be configured for tracker artifacts and events are generated and posted to the webhook URL whenever an artifact is created, updated, moved, clon...