The following pages are either added or updated for TeamForge 18.2.

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Baseline - An Overview A Baseline in TeamForge represents an approved snapshot of selected configuration items from a given TeamForge project at a given point in time. Create a bas...
Review Baselines Baselines once created can be reviewed. During the review cycle, the baseline undergoes various status transitions as defined by the Baseline Administrator.
Compare Baselines and Baseline Definitions You can compare two baselines created at two different points in time to know the differences. You can also compare the baseline definitions of two baselines.
Create and View Baseline Definitions A Baseline Definition is a template that consists of a set of predefined filter criteria to accelerate baseline creation. Baseline definitions can also be mo...
Create and View Baselines Create a baseline when you release or deliver a product or when you accomplish specific milestones in your project. You can create a baseline from a baseline...
Install Nexus TeamForge supports both Nexus 2 and Nexus 3 integrations. This page walks you through the installation procedure for both Nexus 2 and Nexus 3 and upgrade pro...
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...
logger-db-query Use the logger-db-query script to enable or disable logging for queries.
TeamForge Binary Integration Overview An important aspect of the end-to-end development lifecycle is the creation and storage of software packages that are often binary artifacts. In the Java wor...
Search Baselines and Baseline Definitions You can search existing baselines and definitions based on all stored attributes.
TeamForge site-options.conf Tokens Here's a list of TeamForge `site-options.conf` tokens and configuration information.
TeamForge License When you purchase a TeamForge license, you get the right to assign licenses to a specified number of users.