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Re: How to manage oracle custom.pll libraries

From: Tom Marsh
Subject: Re: How to manage oracle custom.pll libraries
Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2003 11:02:43 -0500 (EST)

Dear list:

Since I got no response, I'll try a more detailed explanation. We're 
using CVS on a large oracle development project. We're using revision 
number as the 'tag' (I hope my terminology is correct) to indicate the 
versions to promote up the development chain, I.E. DEV => TEST => INT 
TEST => PREPROD => PROD. This is working fine for groups of files that 
have to be promoted together.

The problem however, comes in with an Oracle application library 
called "custom.pll". custom.pll is a binary file, but it can be built 
from source. It is a library that _everybody_ wants to modify with 
references to thier enhancements. The library contains pl/sql 
procedures and routines. Everybody's enhancements are on a different 
timeline, so that enhancement A, B, and C might be in DEV, A and C in 
TEST, and only C is is in INT TEST. In reading the documentation, I 
think the solution might be with branches, but I'm not sure.

Can anyone help?

Thanks in advance, Tom

> info-cvs:
> Does anyone have any experience or procedures for managing oracle 
> application custom.pll libraries with cvs? If no one knows what I'm 
> talking about, I'll resend with a description of what seems to be 
> challenging problem.
> Thanks, Tom

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