Working with baselines

Project managers
Windows, Linux, UNIX
HCL VersionVault

Achieving major milestones in a development project represents progress in reaching the final objective. At these points in time, you as project manager, can select stable versions of source files to build a version of the product that is then tested by the quality engineering team.

Quality engineers use each successful product build to install and test the product against the project requirements. When the tests are successful, you then define the successful product build to become the basis, or baseline, for achieving the next major milestone.

With each new approved baseline, developers update their private work environment by populating it with the sources of the approved build. This update operation is called rebasing.

This module covers the following topics: