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Batch Program to Shutdown and restart the computer.

Batch Program to Shutdown and restart the computer.  Restart echo off D:\Temp\tmp\SHUTDOWN.EXE /L /R /Y /C pause   Shutdown echo offd:\tmp\SHUTDOWN.EXE…

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How CVS will help to Realtime Developers ?

CVS Tips & Tricks The CVS commands here assume that you are using the command line version of CVS. Tips…

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Best Practices in Software Configuration Management – SCM Best Practices Guide

Best Practices in Software Configuration Management Abstract When deploying new SCM (software configuration management) tools, implementers sometimes focus on perfecting…

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How to Write Trigger in Perforce? – Perforce Triggers Guide

1 Introduction Perforce introduced the first server-side trigger in release 99.1 with the pre-submit trigger. This trigger satisfied a long-standing…

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List of 5 Common Problems in CVS – Troubleshooting Guide

List of 5 Common Problems in CVS – Troubleshooting Guide Problem 1:- How will we modify our conflict occurred files…

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Makefile – Makefile example – Makefile Guide

Note that this example Makefile is from an older software project, which specifies everything within each makefile rather than using…

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How CVS will help to Realtime Developers ?

CVS Tips & Tricks The CVS commands here assume that you are using the command line version of CVS. Tips…

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DOS TUTORIAL : THE BASICS | MS-DOS Learning Resources

DOS TUTORIAL : THE BASICS Compilation by Lisa Lemieux, UC Call Center Table of Contents I. Lesson 1   A….

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What are the Best Practices of CVS?

CVS Best Practices   These are list of CVS Best Practices: * Don’t share workspaces Sharing workspaces compromises CVS’s ability…

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Apache Ant: Learn Apache Ant from IBM Experts

Apache Ant: Learn Apache Ant from IBM Experts Section 1. Getting started     What is this tutorial about? In this…

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AnthillPro 3.6 Released – What’s New Features in AnthillPro?

Major New Features In AnthillPro 3.6   Improved support for geographic distribution. The server-agent communication layer has been reworked for…

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Introduction to CVS | Know ABout CVS | Quick Start Guide

Introduction to CVS CVS is a version control system, an important component of Source Configuration Management (SCM). Using it, you…

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CVS Best Practices – List of CVS Best Practices – CVS Tips

CVS Best Practices These are list of CVS Best Practices: * Don’t share workspaces Sharing workspaces compromises CVS’s ability to…

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What Is Software Configuration Management, its importance & how to implement it?

Software engineers usually find coding to be the most satisfying aspect of their job. This is easy to understand because programming is a challenging, creative activity requiring extensive technical skills. It can mean getting to “play” with state-of-the-art tools, and it provides almost instant gratification in the form of immediate feedback. Programming is the development task that most readily comes to mind when the profession of software engineering is mentioned.
That said, seasoned engineers and project managers realize that programmers are part of a larger team. All of the integral tasks, such as quality assurance and verification and validation, are behind-the-scenes activities necessary to turn standalone software into a useful and usable commodity. Software configuration management (SCM) falls into this category—it can’t achieve star status, like the latest “killer app,” but it is essential to project success. The smart software project manager highly values the individuals and tools that provide this service.
This chapter will answer the following questions about software configuration management.

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The Four Basic Requirements for SCM Process – SCM Guide

Identification, control, audit, and status accounting are the four basic requirements for a software configuration management system. These requirements must be satisfied regardless of the amount of automation within the SCM process. All four may be satisfied by an SCM tool, a tool set, or a combination of automated and manual procedures.

  1. Identification—Each software part is labeled so that it can be identified. Furthermore, there will be different versions of the software parts as they evolve over time, so a version or revision number will be associated with the part. The key is to be able to identify any and all artifacts that compose a released configuration item. Think of this as a bill of materials for all the components in your automobile. When the manufacturer realizes that there has been a problem with parking brakes purchased from a subcontractor, it needs to know all the automobile models using that version of the parking brake. It is the same with software. If we are building a multimedia system that has audio MPEG3 drivers for Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows CE, Linux, and FreeBSD operating systems, how do we find out which releases are impacted when we find an error in the Linux product? You must go back to your SCM system to identify all the common components in all operating system releases that are impacted.
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