Creating or selecting a repository workspace
You can either create a repository workspace for the selected repository connection or select an existing repository workspace.
You must be logged in to a repository connection and connected to a project area before you can access repository workspaces.
Before you begin
- In the Engineering Workflow Management Primary Option Menu, enter a 2 on the Option line and press the Enter key.
- On the Repository Workspaces panel,
to connect to an existing repository workspace, enter a forward slash
(/) next to the workspace and press the Enter key. Otherwise, to
create a repository workspace, enter a name for the repository workspace
and press the Enter key.
- On the New Repository Workspace panel, provide a description of the workspace.
- On the New Repository Workspace panel,
enter a number for the level of the visibility for the workspace,
which determines who can see the workspace.
- 1 - Public
- Everyone with access to the repository is able to see the files and change sets in all public components in this workspace.
- 2 - Private
- The owner is the only person with read access to the repository workspace. However, change sets in the public components are visible to others.
- 3 - Scoped
- Everyone with read access in the connected project area can see the files and contents in public components in this workspace.
- Enter a forward slash (/) next to the stream to which to flow the changes that you make, and press the Enter key.
- Enter a forward slash (/) next to all of the components to add to the workspace and press the Enter key.
Whether you are using a new or an existing repository workspace, continue by loading the repository. See Loading the repository workspace.