Just want to ask if any of your have tried to use TFS as your repository for your RFT (Java) scripts. We are trying to link the tool with TFS but we are encountering issues like the checking out of the script becuase not all of the file associated with it (ex. .testsuite,helperclass, etc.) are automatically checked out. Please help. Thanks. [img]/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
I'm very interested in this as well as our company is using TFS and already has a TFS server set up. (and I'm getting started on testing framework design)
I personally am pushing for a more DCVS system as it can handle some of these issues better. (but company bureaucracy is preventing me from moving forward on this)
I want to look into using the Team Explorer Everywhere (TFS eclipse plugin), but since I'm new to the company, they haven't gotten me a MSDN license yet. I'm wondering if the Team Explorer plugin can automatic checkout files when changes are made to them.
The SVN bridge looks interesting. For some strange reason the RFT eclipse doesn't seem to allow me to install subversive or subeclipse plugin. I keep getting this message after the calculating dependencies dialog,
IBM Eclipse provisioning plan verification was unsuccessful.
Equinox P2 SDK Patch (bugzillas ) 1.0.0 will be uninstalled.