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What are the applications supported by RTC SCM?

Shuchita Tripathi (31436595) | asked Jul 16 '15, 1:55 a.m.

We have to suggest RTC for Source Code Mnagaement to a customer. They are using below mentioned applications:

1.Portal – ATG

2.Portal – Web Centre portal

3.Oracle Siebel

4.Oracle OSM

5.Oracle USIM

6.Oracle RSIM

7.Oracle AIA

8.Oracle OSB

9.Oracle RPOS

10.Oracle OIC

11.Spring Batch

Can RTC be used for above applications for code check-in check-out and other SCM activities?

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Geoffrey Clemm (30.1k33035) | answered Jul 17 '15, 1:37 a.m.
RTC SCM can be used for source control of any data that is stored as a file.
If you are looking for an integration with some particular editor or IDE, that depends on how that editor/IDE interacts with a source control system.   If it uses the command line of the source control system, then it probably will not be hard to integrate it via the RTC command line.   If it uses the MS-SCCI interface, then you might be able to use it with the MS-SCCI support provided by RTC (you'd have to test it, because different IDEs use MS-SCCI in incompatible ways).
If these systems do not support persisting their information in files, then you cannot use a file-based SCM system (most SCM systems are file-based).
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Shuchita Tripathi commented Sep 10 '15, 5:18 a.m.

Thank You Geoffrey. It is very helpful.

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