2 Replies Latest reply on Dec 28, 2015 9:52 PM by InoL

    Using GIT

    InoL

      Hi

       

      I am using SQL Developer 4.1.2 and have problems getting Git to work.

       

      I successfully cloned my Git repository to a new local repository.

       

       

      Now everything that has to do with Git is still greyed out and I don't see the  repository I just created in the Versions window:

       

       

      There is not much information on how to use Git. E.g. I followed the steps in

      https://galobalda.wordpress.com/2014/04/02/sql-developers-interface-for-git-cloning-a-github-repository/

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWUNkF4Edlk

       

      Any ideas what step I am missing here?

       

      Thanks

      Ino

        • 1. Re: Using GIT
          user8552829

          It seems SQL Developer can only handle single files from the working copy of a Git repository.

           

          Open a file (.pls, .sql...) from the working copy of Git repository (File -> Open...).

          Use the context menu (right click within the file area/window on windows) to get the Git menu entries.

          2015-12-27_20-30-33.png

           

          After that (and only after that) the Versions window will show the branches, remotes ...

          2015-12-27_20-34-58.png

          • 2. Re: Using GIT
            InoL

            Thanks, that was the trick! Open a file first.