Any time you upgrade your TeamForge site or a source control application, you must ensure that your users can still access their source code.
  1. Click Admin in the TeamForge navigation bar.
  2. Select Projects > Integrations.
  3. For each source control service you are supporting, verify that the right paths are specified.
    • SOAP service host should be localhost or the host name of the server on which you just installed TeamForge.
    • Repository base URL should be the URL for the top level of your source code server (which may be the same as your application server). For example, http://<myscmbox>/svn/repos
    • SCM Viewer URL should be the URL for the ViewVC application on your source control server. For example, http://<myscmbox>/integration/viewvc/viewvc.cgi
  4. Select all your CVS integrations and click Synchronize Permissions. This updates the permissions on your code repositories so that users can access them from the new site.

    Known Issue in TeamForge 18.3

    Post upgrade to TeamForge 18.3, when you click Synchronize Permissions, CVS permissions are synchronized as expected. However, one of the svn-internal repositories is assigned with the root:HTTPD_GROUP permission (erroneously). Fix this by running the following command:

    chown -R $(sed -ne 's/^HTTPD_USER=\(.*\)/\1/p' /opt/collabnet/teamforge/runtime/conf/runtime-options.conf):$(sed -ne 's/^HTTPD_GROUP=\(.*\)/\1/p' /opt/collabnet/teamforge/runtime/conf/runtime-options.conf) /opt/collabnet/teamforge/var/scm/sf-svnroot/*