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2 Replies Latest reply: Dec 6, 2012 2:47 AM by SteveGlasgow RSS

Design Center - which repository schema?

SteveGlasgow Newbie
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Hi Everyone

A silly question, perhaps, but how do I tell which repository I am in from within Design Center itself?

Also, is it possible to change the colour scheme depending on which repository I am in and/or add the repository name to the banner at the top?

A colleague mentioned this was possible but I haven't been able to find any information regarding this. I've gone through Tools > Preferences but I couldn't see anything.

Ta

Steve
  • 1. Re: Design Center - which repository schema?
    David Allan Guru
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    If you hover over the connected credentials along the bottom of the designer, the active workspace is shown in the tooltip.
    or
    If you go to Help -> Session properties you can see the workspace connected to.

    I have seen some customers create a special named project as a way for them to easily identify if it is their DEV or QA or PROD warehouse, so they will have a dummy DEV_PROJECT in their dev repository, QA_PROJECT in their QA project and PROD_PROJECT in their production.

    You can change colors of the client but it is not saved per workspace.
    Cheers
    David
  • 2. Re: Design Center - which repository schema?
    SteveGlasgow Newbie
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    Many thanks, Dave. Creating a dummy project explains why there is another unused project in our Production environment.

    Edited by: SteveGlasgow on Dec 6, 2012 10:47 AM

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