Hi Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen Recently i am attended an interview , the 
interview panel asked me let you explain the current  project architecture.
i am given some explanation but those are not satisfied. Please tell me the 
brief explanation about project architecture in oracle project.

Thanks & Regards
Divakartakku

On Friday, January 13, 2012 8:13:11 PM UTC+5:30, Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen 
wrote:
>
> Just a quick answer: I've seen some teams who have tried employing this 
> "one branch for each customer" strategy.
>
> While this might seem like a good idea in the beginning, down the road 
> there are always wishes to merge features that have been developed for one 
> customer with others. In the beginning, these merges are easy, but as time 
> goes on, more and more conflicts arise, since the various 
> branches/customers' custom changes will eventually collide with each other.
>
> These features per customers strategy is better solved by a modular build- 
> or plugin system. It's not something you should handle in your 
> source-control system.
>
> Just my opinion though, if someone has successfully managed such a 
> strategy, I'd love to hear about it.
>

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