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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.
REST API Change Log—TeamForge 20.2 Here's what's new with the TeamForge 20.2 REST APIs as compared to TeamForge 20.1.
Approve or Reject an Unmanaged SCM Server Access Request When a user asks for access to an unmanaged SCM server, an administrator must approve or reject the request.
Associate Code Commits Create associations between code commits and other CollabNet TeamForge items, such as tracker artifacts or documents, to help define relationships, track dep...
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...
Enable Caching for Baselines You can enable caching for TeamForge Baselines in case you have a large number of binary (Nexus) repositories. Caching Nexus repositories enables fast loadin...
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...
TeamForge Tracker Associations Data in Datamart TeamForge ETL jobs can extract transform and load the TeamForge tracker association data to the datamart for reporting purposes.
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.
Delete a Source Code Repository When you delete a repository, a request is submitted to the administrator for approval.
Install TeamForge in a Distributed Setup Distributed setup with TeamForge, Database (including Datamart), Review Board, SCM (Subversion and Git), Code Search and Baseline installed on separate servers.
TeamForge-Git Integration TeamForge supports integration with Git, a distributed version control tool powered by Gerrit.
External Authentication Overview TeamForge enables user authentication both against its internal database and against other external authentication services such as LDAP, OAuth, and SAML. Th...
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 and Oracle Database (including Datamart) 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 or Upgrade 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.
Use LDAP for TeamForge User Authentication TeamForge supports integration with LDAP. Once integrated with LDAP servers, TeamForge can use LDAP credentials for user authentication.
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...
TeamForge Logs System administrators can use logs to debug problems and ensure that the application is performing to expectations.
Manage User Access to Project Groups As a project group administrator, you know that the key to any user's access to the project group and the projects belonging to the group, is in the role you...
Monitor Your Site To facilitate troubleshooting, keep an eye on key data about your CollabNet TeamForge site.
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.
The Enhanced Documents List Page The new Documents List page brings you new functions on top of the existing document management functions to ensure a better document management experience. ...
Plan Your Installation / Upgrade Plan your installation or upgrade setup, hardware and software requirements and so on before you begin.
Control Project Access - Create a Role Based Access Control (RBAC) To control who can access your project, consider the purpose of your project and the appropriate type of user.
Review Code (Gerrit Single-commit and Pull Request Reviews) TeamForge provides a unified code review experience as it supports both Pull Request and Gerrit single-commit reviews.
Installation Requirements Here's what it takes to install and run TeamForge and other integrations supported by TeamForge.
restore-data.py The restore-data.py script restores the compressed data from the named source directory and deletes any existing data. By default, the TeamForge and the repo...
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.
Use Both SAML and LDAP for TeamForge User Authentication By setting up the SAML+LDAP IdP, TeamForge users can reap the benefits of both SAML and LDAP authentication mechanisms in a unified manner. With SAML+LDAP au...
Set up Planning Board The Planning Board is an important tool for your TeamForge project's agile planning activities. It enables you to plan and monitor the features that are requ...
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 SELinux If SELinux is active on the server that runs your TeamForge site, configure it to allow the services that TeamForge requires.
Site Options Change Log Change log of site-options.conf tokens.
FAQs on Source Code (SCM) These are some of the frequently asked questions on SCM related activities in TeamForge.
Source Code (SCM) These are some of the frequently asked questions on SCM related activities in TeamForge.
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.
Associate Tracker Artifacts You can connect tracker artifacts with other CollabNet TeamForge items such as documents or topics. Creating associations between items enables you to define...
Edit Tracker Artifacts Updating the information in tracker artifacts is one important way that project members can work together effectively.
Upgrade Review Board Use these instructions to upgrade Review Board to a latest build.
Upgrade TeamForge on the Same Hardware with Oracle Database Distributed setup with TeamForge, Oracle Database (including Datamart) and EventQ installed on separate servers.
Set up Webhooks for Repositories Webhooks can be configured both at a project level or for select repositories. Once set up, SCM events such as commit and merge are published to the Webhooks...