We've integrated Siebel using CVS and it works OK.
Although Siebel provides a file for integrating with VSS, Siebel Tools
provides a hook so you can call any script executable you like. It gets
called whenever you check in/out a project and gives you a sif file of the
project you're dealing with. This script can do whatever you want it to do,
so as long as you know what you want to do with GIT, you should be OK
The only drawbacks are that it's a bit fiddly to get working the way you
want it, and that Tools will call your process for every project. So, if
you're checking in multiple projects, the process gets called multiple
times, rather than once
If you'd like more detail of what we do, let me know
Hope that helps
On Friday, 3 May 2013 17:24:10 UTC+1, Ajay Solleti wrote:
> We are trying to understand if we can use GIT to integrate with Siebel 8.1
> Siebel by default provides Client-Server repository control. However, we
> need an alternative version control system in place to mange all our
> releases across projects.
> Any advice or help will be really helpful.
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