(URL fixed!) It’s live! Version Control for Domino Designer, Part 1 — Getting Started in THE VIEW

Note: this post has been migrated from another blog. Some links may be broken.

(Repost due to an URL error on PlanetLotus)

I’m happy that my most recent article in THE VIEW is online:

“Get the peace of mind that comes with having all versions of your code safely stored and readily accessible. Thanks to a new plug-in for IBM Lotus Domino Designer 8.5.2, you can now compare recent versions of your code with older versions and safely return to a working version of your code any time after making changes. In part 1, acquire a grounding in basic versioning concepts and step-by-step instructions for setting up your Designer environment to work with version-control software. Then, in part 2, learn to work with version control in most common scenarios.”

Included in this first article are step-by-step instructions with a LOT of screenshots to setup:

– your own SVN server

– a SVN client for Windows

– all neccessary plugins for Domino Designer 8.5.2

And beside that you learn something about the general idea of a version control system and why you can’t live without it.

Click here to read the article! (and if you don’t have a THE VIEW subscription, it might be worth an consideration since there are a lot good technical articles you don’t find anywhere else…).

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