The mechanism for setting up source control and placing files in a XMLSpy project under source control is as follows:
1.If this hasn't been done already, install the source control system (see Supported Source Control Systems ) and set up the source control database (repository) to which you wish to save your work.
2.Create a local workspace folder that will contain the working files that you wish to place under source control. The folder that contains all your workspace folders and files is called the local folder, and the path to the local folder is referred to as the local path. This local folder will be bound to a particular folder in the repository.
3.In your Altova application, create an application project folder to which you must add the files you wish to place under source control. This organization of files in an application project is abstract. The files in a project reference physical files saved locally, preferably in one folder (with sub-folders if required) for each project.
4.In the source control system's database (also referred to as source control or repository), a folder is created that is bound to the local folder. This folder (called the bound folder) will replicate the structure of the local folder so that all files to be placed under source control are correctly located hierarchically within the bound folder. The bound folder is usually created when you add a file or an application project to source control for the first time. See the section, Application Project, for information about the repository's folder structure.
5.Project files are added to source control using the command Project | Source Control | Add to Source Control. When you add a project or a file in a project for the first time to source control, the correct bindings and folder structure will be created in the repository.
6.Source control actions, such as the checking in and out of files, and the removing of files from source control, can be carried out via commands in the Project | Source Control submenu. These commands are described in the Project menu subsection of the User Reference.
|Note:||If you wish to change the current source control provider, this can be done in one of two ways: (i) via the Source Control options (Tools | Options | Source Control), or (ii) in the Change Source Control dialog (Project | Source Control | Change Source Control).|