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Can RTC for Z and RTC in Windows Server be friends and have distributed SCM?

Alvaro Riera Elena (132) | asked Jun 14 '16, 3:48 p.m.

We have a RTC for Z for our developers.

We are planning to create a new RTC instance in Windows server for planning, tasks and defects


We need to asociate souce code of RTC for Z  with workitems in the new RTC in Windows.

Can both RTCs be friends? Is it possible?

If yes, is possible to configure Distributed SCM to flow changesets between servers?


Thank you.

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Kenny Smith (302412) | answered Jun 14 '16, 4:26 p.m.
 They must share the same JTS, but the fact that one is for z and another for Windows is irrelevant. RTC just sees it as source code. 

You can flow source from one stream to another, and in a different project area. 

See this article:
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Ralph Schoon commented Jun 15 '16, 2:22 a.m.

Having the same JTS is irrelevant for distributed SCM. Distributed SCM is driven by a user being connected to multiple RTC repositories, the required roles to replicate change sets, distributed SCM being enabled and the licenses allowing distributed SCM.

Alvaro Riera Elena commented Jun 15 '16, 4:58 a.m.

Great !

Thank you Kenny and Ralph ! 

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