The following pages are either added or updated for TeamForge 18.3.

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Back up and Restore TeamForge Save a copy of your TeamForge site's data to a location from where you can quickly retrieve it to your TeamForge site.
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.
Baseline Settings As a baseline administrator, you can configure the custom attributes used in the baselines, configure the custom statuses, and manage workflow status transit...
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...
Create Project Baseline A project baseline can be defined as a set of item level baselines created from the requirements phase to the release/delivery phase of a project. You can cr...
Install TeamForge in a Distributed Setup Distributed setup with TeamForge, Database (including Datamart), EventQ, Review Board, SCM (Subversion, CVS and Git), Code Search and Baseline installed on s...
Edit Baseline Definitions You can edit an existing baseline definition to add more filter criteria or modify the existing fields and filter criteria.
Edit Baselines You can edit the existing fields in a baseline as long as the baseline is in open status. A baseline cannot be edited after it is approved or rejected.
FAQs on Install/Upgrade/Administration These are some of the frequently asked questions on the installation, upgrade, and site admin related activities in TeamForge.
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...
Create a Single Cluster for Both Database and Datamart The ability to run separate PostgreSQL instances for TeamForge database and datamart on the same server has been deprecated in TeamForge 17.11.
Plan Your Installation / Upgrade Plan your installation or upgrade setup, hardware and software requirements and so on before you begin.
Project Baseline Definition A Project Baseline Definition is a union of various other item level baseline definitions that include all approved configuration items in a specific project...
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 ...
Installation Requirements Here's what it takes to install and run TeamForge, EventQ and other integrations supported by TeamForge.
Site Options Change Log Change log of site-options.conf tokens.
TeamForge site-options.conf Tokens Here's a list of TeamForge `site-options.conf` tokens and configuration information.
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.
The teamforge.py Script Use the teamforge.py script to deploy and undeploy services, start and stop services, verify the status of services, verify the application environment, boot...
TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker, which is also referred to as the integration broker, is a webhooks-based message broker that pushes the messages of sp...