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Version control
« on: February 10, 2017, 10:45:25 AM »
Do you regularly export your projects for safekeeping? Have you ever wondered what are the files that you should export for safekeeping?
Reasons for applying change-control procedures:
  • To prevent unauthorized modifications
  • To document modification requests
  • To analyze the impact of a proposed modification, and to approve or reject the request
  • To document the details of, and the authorization for, all approved modifications
  • To establish configuration baseline at appropriate points in the software development, and to document the (partial) integration testing of the baseline
  • To guarantee the composition of, and the building of, all software baselines (including the rebuilding of earlier baselines)
There is a PLUS+1® GUIDE upgrade feature called Quality Assurance License (Reference PLUS+1 GUIDE add on license Quality Assurance Data Sheet, AI00000253) that enables this feature. Use this functionality in combination with a third-party version-control program such as Apache™ Subversion® to:
  • Identify the core files that you need to open, continue, and compile a project
  • Export these core files for safekeeping to your version-control repository

You can read more about this functionality in the PLUS+1 GUIDE User Manual (doc # 10100824 from October 2016) on page 101. To purchase this license please contact your local Danfoss Sales representative.

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