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These tips come right out of the TIBCO documentation

The following techniques will help you use your version control system effectively:
• Check in and synchronize on a regular basis. The information displayed by TIBCO Designer may not be completely accurate if there are a large number of differences between the project in TIBCO Designer and the project in VSS.

• Structure your project so each user owns a folder and works in it. When several users work in the same folder, only the folder owner can add, delete, and rename resources in that folder.

• Structure your project so that each user owns a folder in the AESchemas area.

• Do not keep the root folder locked. If you do, other users cannot add resources in it (not even their own folder). Note that this tip does not apply if you are using File Sharing. Even if User A locks the root folder or any other folder, User B is still able to add a folder or resource under a locked folder (root or else).

• Do not keep the AESchemas folder locked. If you do, other users cannot add resources in it (not even their own folder inside AESchemas).

• Sometimes a check-out is recursive (optional or forced), and sometimes you can add resources to folders even if someone else has checked out that folder. Do not lock folders unless you have to. Even though the capability of adding to a locked folder is there, it can still cause problems, for example, if two people attempt to add a resource with the same name.

Last edited Dec 17, 2011 at 12:52 AM by Dlloyd, version 2

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