Hi TDM Community
I’m looking for advice on the three alternatives for configuring the “Working Directory and Project Structure” when creating a new Toad project with version control.
The only docs I’ve found discusses only the recommended option “Project and Repostory Structures are Identical (Recommended)”.
I’m attempting to ‘import’ existing folder structures into SVN Projects and then adding Toad-specific resources to each Project. Toad’s insistence on importing files to the Project can only be (reliably) avoided by having all project content - admin, comms, finance, etc., under the one top-leve Project folder and then using Toad’s version control rather than having two version handlers - one for Toad content and one for all the rest of the project resources.
I’ve tested a few alternative structures, but found a new problem for which I’m creating a ‘Case’ ie. folders named “DEV” and “SOURCE” and probably some others look to be Toad Reserved Words and so Toad will not list such Folders when user attempts top add folders to the Project … support case in prep for TDM 6.1.
Any advice/experience on configuring structures for new Projects with version control using the three alternatives would be very welcome.
Data Renovation, Oz.