We have a question for a Toad Team Coding expert. What is your recommendation for managing the Team Coding / TFS functionality when “refreshing” the Oracle database that Team Coding is controlling?
We have come up with two possible options, but would like your recommendation.
Scenario: We are using Team Coding / TFS to control database source code objects in the development database. The application is highly configurable so a large number of the database objects define the configuration of the application and are controlled by Team Coding / TFS. We “refresh” the development database from production periodically to have an up-to-date version of the data. We expect the “refresh” will overwrite the objects under Team Coding / TFS control.
How will this impact the Team Coding functionality? Which of the following two options should we use to keep the Team Coding / TFS functionality working correctly?
Option 1: Disable Team Coding and Version Control. Refresh the database from Prod. Enable Team Coding and Version Control (TFS) again. Synchronize all objects controlled by Team Coding within the database with the VCS.
Option 2: Do nothing. Refresh the database from Prod. Team Coding and Version Control (TFS) will continue to work fine.
We look forward to your reply!
Senior Project Manager
Canada WCBU FDC Consolidation Project