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Improve collaboration in project teams and handle your EDI data more efficiently with repositories – Webinar
Easy use of important repository functions in GEFEG.FX.
28. May 2021 @ 13:00 – 14:30 CEST
Many cooks spoil the broth, says a well-known proverb, which is probably rephrased nowadays: Many users working with and on the same data leads to data chaos, in the worst case. To minimize problems from the outset and enable efficient collaboration on documents and folders in project teams, many companies use repositories. As a supplement to classic company networks, repositories offer a variety of advantages, such as version control of objects, restoration of previous versions or temporary locking of files.
SVN version control software
Subversion (SVN) is one of the most widely used software for version control and rights management. GEFEG.FX provides you with an SVN client. You can conveniently use important SVN functions in GEFEG.FX and do not need any additional third-party software.
GIT version control software
GEFEG.FX also supports GIT! Use GEFEG.FX as a GIT client if you are using or will implement the GIT version control software. Immediately use the GEFEG.FX repository functions for editing and managing your data; without any initial tuition or training.
Topics of the webinar Improve collaboration in project teams and handle data more efficiently with repositories
- Repository functions in GEFEG.FX
- Add files to the repository via GEFEG.FX and make them available to your project team
- Lock files in GEFEG.FX to avoid conflicts during processing
- Browse through log files in GEFEG.FX to research previous changes and users.
- Typical procedure when working in repositories
- Error prevention and resolution
- Best Practice Tips
Any questions about the webinar and/or input on other webinar topics? We are looking forward to your email.
Who should attend?
Which knowledge should you already have?
Practical experience of the GEFEG.FX software is helpful
How much time will the webinar take?
About 90 minutes