"I've gotten it to work on my development laptop. I don't know how
well it scales when you have multiple developers. I used the Pushok
SVN SCC Plugin to enable the connectivity to Subversion
(http://www.pushok.com/soft_svn.php) from the Admin Tool. It costs
about $24 / seat, I believe… which is a lot cheaper than some of the
other SC solutions."
Thanks Axton for the information. We will definitely explore the SVN SCC Plugin.
Have there been anyother experiences with integrating to SubVersion/SVN other than using the SVN SCC Plugin ?
Please let me know if you were successful to implement Subversion/SVN Integration with Remedy. Please help me on this part.
I too have the same requirement. Our SVN is up and running and even downloaded SVN Plugin from Pushok.
But facing challenges in integrating with Remedy. Need some more information on how to achieve this?
I too am trying to integrate Apache Subversion in a Remedy 7.1 environment on a Windows 2003 Server platform. Have you or anyone else been able to get it integrated with Remedy?