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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.
Approve or Reject Repository Delete Requests SCM system maintenance requests (such as a repository delete request) must be approved (or rejected) by an administrator.
Change the Logging Level on Your Site Set the logging level appropriately to enable logging in vamessages.log.
Change the scmviewer Password It is recommended to change the scmviewer password after installing TeamForge.
Connect to a Subversion Edge Console When a Subversion Edge server has been converted to a SCM Integration server in TeamForge, you can log into its management console from within TeamForge.
Customize TeamForge You can redesign some aspects of your site to suit your organization's needs and preferences.
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...
Edit SCM Integration Details You can move or reconfigure a source control server without having to reintegrate the server into TeamForge. The script allows you to access the Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) scheduler and check the status of the jobs configured. The script also su...
EventQ System Administration Manage the TeamForge EventQ server-side components.
Generate SSL certificates To use HTTPS for web traffic, you will need to obtain a valid Apache SSL certificate.
Add Review Board to TeamForge Projects When TeamForge Site Administrator has made the Review Board application available, Project Administrators can add it as one of their project tools.
Install Review Board Install Review Board on your site before you can make it available as an integrated application to project managers on your TeamForge site.
Install TeamForge with Oracle Database Distributed setup with TeamForge, Oracle Database (including Datamart) and EventQ installed on separate servers.
Install Memcached Memcached caches Subversion (SVN) authentication and authorization information and serves the mod_authnz_ctf module's authentication and authorization reques...
Install Nexus TeamForge supports both Nexus 2 and Nexus 3beta integrations. This page walks you through the installation procedure for both Nexus 2 and Nexus 3 and upgrade...
Install the TeamForge-Nexus Integration Plugin Once you have your Nexus server set up, install the TeamForge-Nexus integration plugin.
FAQs on Install/Upgrade/Administration These are some of the frequently asked questions on the installation, upgrade, and site admin related activities in TeamForge.
Integrate an Unmanaged CVS Repository with TeamForge Here's how you can integrate an unmanaged CVS repository with TeamForge.
Integrate a Source Code Server A site must have one or more servers to handle source code repositories and users. The source code server can be the same server as the application server or...
login-config.xml This is the sample application-policy block that you can copy into your login-config.xml file to support LDAP authentication.
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...
Manage Replicas A replica server in TeamForge is a Subversion Edge server that replicates the content of an existing core SCM integration server.
Move a Source Code Repository When the existing code base for an application may need to be managed by a different team or project, you can move the source code repository from the first ...
pebble-app.xml The pebble-app.xml file, also known as the Pebble application configuration file, contains the text that the Pebble application displays in the TeamForge use...
pebble-dep.xml The pebble-dep.xml file, also known as the Pebble deployment configuration file, contains the data that Pebble needs to interact with the TeamForge site.
Plan Your Installation / Upgrade Plan your installation or upgrade setup, hardware and software requirements and so on before you begin.
Project Templates - Install, Update, Enable and Disable Provide sample projects to help users get started quickly. TeamForge comes with a sample template useful for agile development projects. Site administrators ...
Schedule Data Extraction for Reporting Set the interval at which you want yourTeamForge site's data extracted to the datamart from which reports are generated.
Installation Requirements Here's what it takes to install and run TeamForge, EventQ and other integrations supported by TeamForge. The script restores the compressed data from the named source directory and deletes any existing data. By default, the TeamForge and the repo...
Set up Git Replica Servers On sites distributed across multiple geographic locations, Git Replica Servers are local and remote mirror servers that can provide up-to-date copies of the ...
Set up Networking for TeamForge After installing the operating system, prepare the networking connections and configuration for your TeamForge site.
Set up SELinux If SELinux is active on the server that runs your TeamForge site, configure it to allow the services that TeamForge requires.
Create a Site-wide Broadcast To say something to everyone who uses your site, post a site-wide broadcast message.
Create a Site-wide Broadcast To say something to everyone who uses your site, post a site-wide broadcast message.
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.
Protect Integrations with SSL If you have registered Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificates, your site's users can use SSL when they set up an SCM integration server. Run the script to synchronize a TeamForge project with Orchestrate by triggering the world-state message for the given project.
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 Script Use the script to deploy and undeploy services, start and stop services, verify the status of services, verify the application environment, boot...
Install and Configure TestLink Instructions to integrate TeamForge with TestLink 1.9.15 and later.
Upgrade TeamForge on the Same Hardware with Oracle Database Distributed setup with TeamForge, Oracle Database (including Datamart) and EventQ installed on separate servers.
Upgrade TeamForge on the Same Hardware with Oracle Database Distributed setup with TeamForge, Oracle Database (including Datamart) and EventQ installed on separate servers.
Upgrade the TeamForge-Nexus Integration Plugin CollabNet releases new versions of the TeamForge-Nexus integration plugin. It is recommended to upgrade your TeamForge-Nexus integration plugin whenever a ne...