eggPlant Performance workspaces and source control

Hello,

as our eggPlant Performance workspaces are shared between a number of testers we'd like to add them to some sort of source control system (probably Subversion with TortoiseSVN).

Are there any files or folders contained in a workspace that should be excluded from source control? (e.g. files generated at runtime etc.)

Thanks,

Jon

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  • edited April 2014
    Hi Jon,

    The following lists what you can exclude from SCC
      * The
    runs folder of a project, e.g. MyWorkspace\projects\MyProject\runs.
    These are where all the files generated at runtime are located

    * The repository folders under both the workspace and projects as these contain the IDE and compilation files that will be regenerated when building.

    * .bak files and the WSLock file.

    * Optionally the Analysis folder under a project as which contains the Analyzer database that can be rebuilt from the results under the runs folder.
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    Note that if you want to reliably save and recover complete snapshots, we recommend that you use the Export and Import Workspace/Projects feature under the File menu of eggplant Performance Studio. There are many inter-dependencies of the numerous configuration, data and source files and using this feature ensures you capture a complete and portable snapshot that can also be imported into later versions of the product. This would not be always the case with a file archive.

    Let us know if you have any further questions.
  • Thanks, I think we'll probably have to use a combination of source control and make regular backups using the export feature :)
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