Tag: Git

Excluding SalesLogix Model Files from Source Control

Whether you're using Git, or some other source control system, there are certain files in a SalesLogix model that you do not want to include in your source control. Many part of the files in an exported SalesLogix model are automatically generated by the Application Architect and by the build process when you build your web platform. Having these files under source control would only complicate things when working with multiple developers sin...

Git for the SalesLogix Developer – Using the .gitignore to Exclude Files in Your Model

When using Git, or really any source control system, you don't want everything in your SalesLogix model to be under source control. There are some files that the Application Architect uses for it's own purposes and volatile files that have no importance for your purposes and are recreated as needed. These files that change often with no importance to what you're working on can make things difficult when working with source control sin...

Git for the SalesLogix Developer – Setting up a new Repository

If you've been following along in the Git for the SalesLogix Developer series, you should now have Git installed and configured. Now it's time to start putting it to use. In this post (and included video), I will outline the steps to take an existing SalesLogix project and put it under Git source control. Setting up the initial repository is not a hard task, but knowing all the steps is the only way to get it done.

Git for the SalesLogix Developer – Installing Git

In this second post in the "Git for the SalesLogix Developer" series, we will be taking a look at how to install and configure Git. This tutorial will give you everything you need to know if you are new to Git so you can get it all set up and ready to use. In a later post we'll look at how to use Git, but it all starts with knowing how to get started.

Big Update for Git Extensions for SalesLogix – Now Automatically Updates and Installer Available

I have released a big update for Git Extensions for SalesLogix. This new version includes a ClickOnce installer and will keep itself up to date automatically. The installation of Git Extensions for SalesLogix is now brain-dead easy. You just access a URL and click the Install button. Not only that, you'll automagically be updated to new releases as they become available.

Preview of Git Extensions for SalesLogix

Yesterday I announced my new project Git Extensions for SalesLogix. I received a lot of e-mails from people who read that post, so I thought it would be a good idea to record a quick video so you can see it in action and get a better idea how it works. This quick 4-5 minute video will show you how to commit changes in Application Architect to a Git repository and push the changes to an online repository as well, all from inside Application Archit...

Announcing Git Extensions for SalesLogix and the Customer FX Open Source Initiative

This blog post is the first of many that will cover the topics of using source control with SalesLogix development, Customer FX's open source initiative, and the new Git Extensions for SalesLogix module for Application Architect. These are three things I am completely excited about. Using source control with SalesLogix development in Application Architect is a necessity if you want to do it right. Git Extensions for SalesLogix is the first of...

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