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[WD19] SCM Data Syncing - Test Data

Startbeitrag von Curtis am 05.03.2015 17:08

I am currently using SCM with one other user. For the most part everything is working fine, but analysis records don't sync. Is there an option I am missing?

What is the easiest way to sync test data between users in SCM.

Thanks!

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Hi Curtis

there is no such thing as "analysis records"...

There is on one side the analysis DESCRIPTION, and on the other the DATABASE, containing data records...

If your problem is on the data record, as I suspect, they will not be syncrhonized by the SCM, as they are NOT part of the project, but part of the DB...

So if you want top share data with somebody else, you can use a shared DB (HFSQL C/S, by example), installed on a server, local or distant... You can also set up a replication system so that everybody use a local DB, etc, etc

But that has nothing to do with the SCM

Best regards

von Fabrice Harari - am 05.03.2015 18:06
Hi Curtis,

If you mean the actual DB files stored in the EXE folder for you demo application in HFSQL Classic mode, then you will have to also manage these files in the SCM. (To add them.) But syncing will not be easy since in the EXE folder it is recommended to have the files always extracted in Test mode. Then if you want to push these files back, you must extract them (and block other developpers) and push tem in the SCM to extract them as test after (or keep them extracted, as an option is available for that.)

If you use HFSQL C/S then this is less of a problem since both users can access it.

Usually, we never share test data. Our application gives a backup/restore feature and if we need to share test data we use this functions to init the local test DB.

Best regards,
Alexandre Leclerc

von Alexandre Leclerc - am 05.03.2015 18:08
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