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SVN is intergrated with Rational Quality Manager


farooq khan (21153) | asked Nov 09 '09, 9:35 a.m.
SVN is intergrated with Rational Quality Manager?

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Ralph Schoon (61.1k33643) | answered Nov 11 '09, 7:46 a.m.
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Hi Farooq,

this is the forum you are looking for:
http://jazz.net/forums/viewforum.php?f=7

The one you posted to is for academic usage - hence the title. The RQM experts are looking into the forum above.

Ralph

SVN is intergrated with Rational Quality Manager?

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Amirsam Khataei (256175) | answered Dec 14 '09, 10:40 a.m.
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You can find below information in RQM or RTC - Information Center
Linking work items to Subversion repositories
If you add a Subversion client for Eclipse to your Rational Team Concert installation, you can link work items to Subversion revisions.
You must install a Subversion client for Eclipse in the same Eclipse instance where you run the Rational Team Concert client. Supported Subversion clients include:
Subclipse, available from http://subclipse.tigris.org/.
Subversive, available from http://www.eclipse.org/subversive/.
Rational Team Concert source control includes a Jazz SVN Connections view that you can use to establish a connection between a Jazz repository and a Subversion repository. This connection enables you to link any Subversion revision to a work item, and to open a work item from the History view of a Subversion client for Eclipse.

To link a Jazz repository to a Subversion repository:
Open the Jazz SVN Connections view: click Window > Show View > Other. In the Show View dialog box, expand Jazz Source Control and double-click Jazz SVN Connections.
Right-click a repository connection in the Jazz SVN Connections view and click New > SVN Connection. Enter the URL of your Subversion repository. This creates a connection between the two repositories. A scheduled task running on the Jazz Team Server scans the latest revisions in the Subversion repository and creates links between revisions and work items. To request an immediate scan, right-click a Subversion repository connection in the Jazz SVN Connections view and click Update Links. After the scan is complete, any links that the scan detected are added to work items, and the label of the Subversion repository connection is updated to indicate when the scan was completed.
To link a Subversion revision to a work item.
In the Eclipse Navigator view (or any Eclipse view that supports Team operations), right-click a Subversion project and click Properties.
On the Jazz Work Items page, select your Jazz repository from the list, and click OK. This adds Subversion bugtraq properties to the project, which support linkage with work items. This addition results in an outgoing change to the project (you might need to right-click the project and click Team > Update or Refresh to make the outgoing change visible in the IDE).
Click Team > Commit to commit the change. The Subversion commit dialog displays a field for the work item number. Enter a work item number and click OK.
To open a work item from the Subversion History view:
In the Eclipse Navigator view (or any Eclipse view that supports Team operations), right-click the project and click Team > Show History. The work item associated with the revision appears as the last line in the comment.
Adding a link from a revision to a work item does not require that a reference to the work item appear in the revision comment. From the context menu of a revision in the History view, choose Associate Work Item to add the link manually.
To update work item links, right-click a repository connection in the Jazz SVN Connections view and click Update Links.

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