Need a quick fix? Simple solutions to SVN, TeamForge and Git

Support sees quite a few issues, and while impossible to solve everything immediately (or through a blog I may be writing), I’ve found some common issues that you may encounter while wrangling code on CloudForge: – TeamForge login: Do you have a long domain name? While we mention that you must use the ‘domain_username’ structure for logging in, what you might not know is that we’ll truncate login names longer than 32 characters. For example: if I have the organization ‘excellentbusinessorganization’ and my username is ‘jesseyowell’, you will see under the TeamForge login page that your login name may be …

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CloudForge for Microsoft – Connecting Visual Studio to TeamForge

In part 1 of this blog, I walked through connecting Microsoft Visual Studio to a Subversion repository on CloudForge using AnkhSVN.  Today I want to build on that connection, adding agile project management and issue tracking into Visual Studio with CloudForge’s TeamForge Project. Even if you aren’t using Subversion in this project you will need to install the CollabNet Desktop – Visual Studio Edition to enable a connection to TeamForge Project.  Please refer to that post and follow at least the first few steps to get the connection configured. I won’t dive too deeply into the features and benefits of …

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CloudForge for Microsoft – Connecting Visual Studio to SVN

A few months ago I wrote a blog detailing how to connect Eclipse to a TeamForge Project in CloudForge. I wanted to follow-up that post with an analogous walk-through with Visual Studio and CloudForge. For the purpose of this blog I am using Visual Studio 2010 but the same steps apply to Visual Studio 2008 as well. This will be a three-part blog. The first part will cover creating a new project in CloudForge and uploading source code into a centralized Subversion repository. The second part will cover integrating issue tracking and agile project management with TeamForge into our Visual …

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