The following pages are either added or updated for TeamForge 19.2.

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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.
TeamForge Maven Deploy Plugin The CollabNet TeamForge Maven Deploy Plugin can be configured to post binary artifact deployment information to TeamForge via the Webhooks-based Event Broker...
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 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...
Work with Your Documents You can find and view a document by navigating to it, by searching for it, or by viewing it from a URL or unique identifier. You can also open a document fro...
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...
Import External Git Repositories into TeamForge from the Code Browser UI External public Git repositories can now be imported into TeamForge from the Code Browser UI.
Install the TeamForge—Nexus Integration Plugin Once you have your Nexus server set up, install the TeamForge-Nexus integration plugin.
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...
Manage Binary Repositories With TeamForge—Nexus integration enabled, you can create one or more binary repositories and link them to your project.
File Releases and Packages You can publish the output of your project to selected audiences as packages and releases.
Installation Requirements Here's what it takes to install and run TeamForge, EventQ and other integrations supported by TeamForge.
Configure Your Site's Settings Use the Configure Application tool to define your site level TeamForge settings.
TeamForge Services and Domain Configuration Tokens Use the host:SERVICES and the host:PUBLIC_FQDN tokens to define the services and domain names of your TeamForge site respectively. You can also have unique s...
TeamForge site-options.conf Tokens Here's a list of TeamForge `site-options.conf` tokens and configuration information.
TeamForge—TestLink Integration Using the TeamForge Webhooks-based Event Broker TeamForge's native Webhooks-based Event Broker replaces EventQ as the default event broker to support TeamForge integration with TestLink. EventQ-based TeamF...
Create Tracker Artifacts You can create a tracker artifact whenever you need to report and track a bug, feature request, support request, or other type of issue. You can also create ...
Edit Tracker Artifacts Updating the information in tracker artifacts is one important way that project members can work together effectively.