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RE: AW: Multiple cvs users in one checkout area

From: Brandon Brinkley
Subject: RE: AW: Multiple cvs users in one checkout area
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 2002 07:54:16 -0500

In defense of the original poster, a "shared" project is not uncommon.  For
example, Telelogic's CM Synergy allows for either private projects or shared
ones.  I've even worked on projects that used both simultaneously.

> > The sources are sources for database objects (stored procedures,
> > triggers, ...) which are applied against a database, no user has it's
> > own database, so it makes no sense to work in different areas,
> > everbody will see everybody else's changes in the database anyway. The
> > private sandbox isn't there.

I've worked on an Oracle Financials customization project that sounds very
similar.  No single developer owned the database, but there were also two
additional databases for integration testing and QA/UAT.  The private
project approach was the choice of the developers and works fine for this
type of project, but the "shared" approach would have worked equally well.

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