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How to use subversion with jdeveloper for Oracle ADF – Part 3

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In the last part of this series, I had explained you about how to checkout an Oracle ADF project from subversion and run the page from JDeveloper.In this part, I will explain you how to make changes to the checkout project and commit changes to the subversion repository using the pending changes tab in JDeveloper.

High Level steps:

1) Make a change to the jsf page

2) Open up the pending changes tab

3) Select the changed files and click on commit button

4) Provide a commit message to commit the changes to repository.

Above steps in detail:

Step 1: Make a change to the JSF Page like below.

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Step 2: Open up the pending changes tab from View –>Team –> Pending Changes

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Step 3: Pending changes tab will have outgoing subtab, candidates subtab and incoming subtab.This is a great feature because all changes will be listed conveniently here to select specific files and do the commit instead of manually searching for it.

 

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Step 4: First get all the incoming and then add the candidates and then commit your changes. Select the HomePG.jsf page and commit it.

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Step 5: Add commit message and click ok

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Congrats, now you had made a change to the checkout ADF project and made a change to commit it to the source code repository at code.adfapps.com.In the next part, I will show you about how to resolve conflicts with the pending changes tab which is one of the critical feature.

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