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Talend Open Solution integration with TFS

Hi,
My company is starting to use TOS and we would like to use TFS (which we have licenses) for source control, version control, and shared programming. We are planning on having three developers developing different flows with in the same Talend project.
Any help or direction will be greatly appreciated. Thank you
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Moderator

Re: Talend Open Solution integration with TFS

Hi,
Please refer to the related forum:
http://www.talendforge.org/forum/search.php?search_id=23955153
http://www.talendforge.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=18190
It seems that we cannot support TFS.
Best regards
Sabrina
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Re: Talend Open Solution integration with TFS

In general, Talend supports the general discipline of SCM and potentially Continuous Integration as well. Internally, it uses SVN as the SCM engine, and it implements a pessimistic concurrency model. This is appropriate for the model-driven gui design since merging of the visual elements does not work in the same way that traditional merging of text based code would work in standard SVN usage pattern. Talend completely encapsulates the SVN interface so that users do not need to be concerned with learning SVN, while still providing visibility and indeed control of all the logical capabilities, e.g. branch and tag management. However, because it is completely encapsulated we do not support other SCM alternatives such as CVS or TFS.
Moderator

Re: Talend Open Solution integration with TFS

Hi,
In general, Talend supports the general discipline of SCM and potentially Continuous Integration as well. Internally, it uses SVN as the SCM engine, and it implements a pessimistic concurrency model. This is appropriate for the model-driven gui design since merging of the visual elements does not work in the same way that traditional merging of text based code would work in standard SVN usage pattern. Talend completely encapsulates the SVN interface so that users do not need to be concerned with learning SVN, while still providing visibility and indeed control of all the logical capabilities, e.g. branch and tag management. However, because it is completely encapsulated we do not support other SCM alternatives such as CVS or TFS.

Thanks @eost for sharing such professional knowledge to us.
Best regards
Sabrina
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