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Revision control for Notes?

Revision control for Notes?

Revision control for Notes?

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Hi - we are looking to develop a large size Notes based  application and are wondering if there are any tools available to track revision control and/or application modifications during development and ongoing?  Many thanks.

Peter Shirley
http://www.linkcorp.com

RE: Revision control for Notes?

In Notes itself, there is no tool to control design modifications. You can save iterative copies of the synopsis, but that will not be a perfect tool.
A better idea is to document the changes, which will go a long way in making application maintenance easier, but that is not easy either.
There are a few good third-party tools that can do a good job of documenting design and design history.
You might want to check out these links :

http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/today.nsf/0/...$FILE/trouble-templates-2.pdf

http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/today.nsf/Di...

Pascal.

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