Creating the project repository (PVOB)

In HCL VersionVault, a UCM project contains the configuration information needed to manage a significant development effort. You can think of it as the development environment for a team of developers working on a product release.

This project information is stored in a dedicated repository called the project VOB (PVOB).

The directories and the files the developers create and work on are stored separately from the PVOB in one or more data repositories called VOBs. When you set up these VOBs, you then associate the VOBs with the PVOB.

The development environment of a UCM project consists, typically, of one shared work area and multiple private work areas. Private work areas allow developers to work on activities and test their work in isolation, before submitting their work to the main shared area.

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