Thanks for the reply. Please find my comments below.
- when you are installing Designer with “Local Service Development” feature, the local IS is automatically installed during the procedure.
First I have installed IS and designer. Later I have installed “Local Service Development” feature and required designer plugins too. I have succeeded and able to check-in packages using “create local service development project” using designer.
- After developing your services locally, you can “build & upload” your local projects to your remote development IS on Linux.
Do you mean to say deployer ?? Ideally we never use our local Integration server for any development purpose. Just for doing some POC’s and learning purposes we use it. All the development activities will be carried out in dedicated Linux development Integration server.
- Additionally, when using Local Service Development you can use any versioning tool Eclipse provides a plugin for.
VCS feature on IS only supports ClearCase, Subversion and SourceSafe (this one only on Windows).
Yes we are using sub version server(v 1.7.14) plugin for VCS.
- Designer is supported on RedHat and SuSE Linux as well as on Windows. You will need to connect to your Linux Box by using a X11 client or using X11 forwarding when running GUI components on your Linux box.
I believe that we are using RedHat Linux (not sure). we don’t have the provision to connect to the Linux box using x11 and more over we won’t install designer in the Linux boxes.
So as per Martin comments we can’t implement VCS using “Local Service development” as we don’t have designer & IS on the same box(Designer is in our local windows server & IS is on Linux box).
Please let me know if I am wrong any where or if u require any further information from my end. Once again thanks for your time for looking in to this.
Thanks & Regards,