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user559685 wrote:That can be achieved by creating a branch for each developer... The branches can be merged in the trunk later when needed, but the merge process may become complex...
is there another way to collaborate in JDeveloper where composite.xml can be shared so that each developer's changes could be merged later on? We will highly appreciate a solution to this problem.
Thanks vladodias for replying.
Is that an official response from Oracle. If each developer has to create his/her own branch, this is not a true collaboration in real time. Oracle is not able to exploit the merging capabilities of underneath source control plug-in. They should rather put their efforts on improving the development experience. I have a strong feeling that the TFS plug-in is a bare minimal source control plug-in and Oracle's claim about colloboration using JDeveloper are bogus and mis-leading. May be Oracle should try to provide SOA & BPM plug-ins for Eclipse since it is a mature IDE and seems to have an improved developer's experience since Microsoft has a TFS client for it.
Thanks again for your reply.
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If each developer has to create his/her own branch, this is not a true collaboration in real time.If you do some research around you will notice that several projects around the world have used approaches like that... Not sure what you mean by "true collaboration in real time"... For me that sounds like developers continuously breaking each others code... Please, let me know in what tool you have been able to achieve this without branching...
I have a strong feeling that the TFS plug-in is a bare minimal source control plug-inYou're probably right...
May be Oracle should try to provide SOA & BPM plug-ins for Eclipse since it is a mature IDE...Totally agree... I can see where you came from and I totally agree that Eclipse is a better IDE than JDEV, but unfortunately it seems that Oracle's strategy is in favour of JDEV at the moment... :(