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Install All Services on a Single RHEL/CentOS Server The easiest way to install TeamForge is to install it on a single server, dedicated to TeamForge taking the default configuration settings.
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.
Glossary of Baseline Terms Here's the list of terms with respect to TeamForge Baseline.
TeamForge Baseline - An Overview A Baseline in TeamForge represents a snapshot of selected configuration items from a given TeamForge project at a given point in time. Such a baseline includ...
FAQs on Binaries This section provides solutions to common issues with TeamForge-Binary integrations.
Create and View Baseline Definitions A Baseline Definition is the filter criteria that is used to create a Baseline from a set of selected configuration items such as Tracker Artifacts, Document...
Create and View Baselines Create a Baseline when you accomplish specific milestones in your project or when you release or deliver a product. You can create a Baseline from either a B...
Create and View Project Baselines A Project Baseline is a baseline created on a project at a given point in time. Once you have Project Baselines created, you can kick start new projects from...
create_webhook_event.py This script creates an event, a publisher (with the Webhook URL), and a subscriber in TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker for a specified application.
Install TeamForge with an External PostgreSQL Server You can install TeamForge with its database installed separately on an external PostgreSQL server such as AWS RDS/Aurora.
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...
Generate and Download Baseline Packages You can generate a downloadable package of physical project artifacts such as Tracker Artifacts, Documents, Source Code Repositories (only Git and Subversion...
Install TeamForge with Oracle Database Distributed setup with TeamForge, Oracle Database (including Datamart) and EventQ installed on separate servers.
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...
TeamForge Load Balancing Setup Installing TeamForge in a Load Balancing setup ensures distribution of processing load between multiple servers. The HAProxy Server hosts the HAProxy service...
Upgrade TeamForge on New Hardware in a Distributed Multi-host Setup You can upgrade TeamForge on new hardware in a distributed multi-host setup.
Upgrade TeamForge on New Hardware with All Services on a Single Server You can upgrade TeamForge on new hardware with all services on a single server.
Plan Your Installation / Upgrade Plan your installation or upgrade setup, hardware and software requirements and so on before you begin.
Installation Requirements Here's what it takes to install and run TeamForge, EventQ and other integrations supported by TeamForge.
Upgrade TeamForge on the Same Hardware in a Distributed Multi-host Setup You can upgrade TeamForge on the same hardware in a distributed multi-host setup.
Upgrade TeamForge on Same Hardware with All Services on a Single Server You can upgrade TeamForge on the same hardware with all services on a single server.
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.
TeamForge—JIRA Integration Using the Webhooks-based Event Broker TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker supports TeamForge-JIRA integration. A new JIRA integration plugin 1.0 is used to integrate TeamForge with JIRA using T...
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...