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document Differences Between Shadow Folders and Triggers
A shadow folder contains a reference copy of the current files in a repository. Files are automatically updated when changes are checked in. Use shadow folders to provide read-only access to non-Surround SCM users or to provide a central location to build releases from. Many web developers use...
23 Dec, 2014
document Supported WebDAV Actions for Windows Server 2003
Note: The following information only applies to Surround SCM 2016.0 and earlier. The Surround SCM WebDAV CGI allows you to access source files using a Web browser, a Windows network place, the Mac OS X Finder, a Linux filesystem path, and WebDAV-enabled applications. WebDAV is an open...
12 Aug, 2016
document Surround SCM CLI Client Connection Drops When Using Microsoft Windows Virtual PC
Problem The Surround SCM CLI client freezes or cannot connect to the Surround SCM Server when using Windows Virtual PC on the same computer. Cause Windows Virtual PC can interfere with the networking of other applications running on the same computer. Solution Change the network...
23 Dec, 2014
document Administering Users in Surround SCM
Users and passwords are stored on the Seapine License Server. This lets you create users in a central location and then import them to Surround SCM. Administration is easier because users must only remember one username and password. By default, the license server administrator is the...
30 Apr, 2015
document Using WebDAV with Dreamweaver
Note: The following information only applies to Surround SCM 2016.0 and earlier. You can access Surround SCM files from Adobe Dreamweaver using WebDAV. To set up a WebDAV connection in Dreamweaver: Choose Site > Manage Sites. The Manage Sites dialog box opens. Click New then...
12 Aug, 2016
document License Server Not Initialized Status
When the Seapine License Server cannot receive license usage details from the TestTrack Server or Surround SCM Server, an error that explains the license server is not initialized is added to the application server log. The application server automatically reconnects and sends the license usage...
23 Dec, 2014
document Windows Versions and Working Directories
If you use Windows Vista or Windows 7, do not set the Surround SCM working directory to any location in the following folders: C:\Program Files C:\Program Files (x86) Note: The file paths assume Windows was installed in C:\. Known Issues When you get files to your working...
23 Dec, 2014
document Starting the PostgreSQL Server
Following are references on how to start the PostgreSQL Server if it has been installed with Surround SCM. Windows The PostgreSQL Server is installed as a service and starts automatically. Mac OS X A PostgreSQL folder is created in the /Library/StartupItems directory. The PostgreSQL...
23 Dec, 2014
document Surround SCM Server Cannot Find the Server Database
Note: This information only applies to Surround SCM 2009 and later. Problem The Surround SCM Server cannot find the server database. Cause The server database connection settings may be incorrect or network or firewall configurations may prevent the server from connecting to the...
23 Dec, 2014
document Changing Application Fonts on Unix Platforms
If you are running TestTrack clients, Surround SCM clients, or the Seapine License Server Admin Utility on a Unix platform, you can change the default font. Remember, this change affects all Qt applications that you run. Qt includes a utility, qtconfig, that can be used to set the default font...
23 Dec, 2014

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