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  • ricardo

    Jaime, sorry we've been really busy the last days moving the team to Google Campus and I'm afraid none was watching after the community.

    The repository URL can be found in various places:

    1.- In the left tree, right-click on the repository assigned to a project and select "Repo Details" in the pop up menu. You'll get the clone url among other repository information

    2.- In the project administration panel (Admin -> Projects) each project that you create should show it's repository(es) with the clone url

    3.- In change topics (Features, Stories, Bugfixes and Hotfixes) as soon as they are transitioned to "In Progress" a branch is created in the repository and attached to the topic. In the topic view you can see a button to copy the clone url of the repository

    I hope it helped.

    Regards,

    Ricardo

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  • ricardo

    Mmmmm. Releases in ClariveSE profile (the default loaded in free instances) are intended to be "multiproject", so they don't appear but in the Releases upper menu.

    If you want to specifically assign projects to a release topic, do this:

    1.- ensure that your instance is "rooted"
    2.- with the root user go to Admin -> Rule Designer
    3.- edit the Form rule named "Release"
    4.- add a field from the palette fieldlets of type "Project combo"

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    5.- assign a name and id to it (i.e. projects)

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    6.- configure the field behavior (dbl-click on the new fieldlet): multiple or single, mandatory, etc.

    5.- save the rule

    From now on, you will be able to see the releases for the project from the project menu.

    Let me know if it worked for you.

    Regards,

    Ricardo

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  • ricardo

    Hi Andreu. This feature is available in Clarive since version 7.0.12. Perhaps you want to check this and lots of other new features in kanbans in the newest versions.

    Regards

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  • ricardo

    Clarive version 7.0.13 is already available.

    Check the release notes here

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  • ricardo

    Hi Carlos,

    It's been a while since you asked this question. Sorry for the delay.

    The easiest way is using the persintent directory that Clarive is automatically mounting for you in the container in /clarive/.public. Your maven command would look like this in the .clarive.yml file:

    do:
        - image: maven
        - shell: mvn clean package -f ${project}/${repository}/pom.xml -DskipTests -Dmaven.repo.local=/clarive/.public/.m2
    

    Let me know it it helped.

    Regards

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  • ricardo

    Hi Felipe. I don't really understand exactly what you did.

    The steps to add a repo to Clarive (let's suppose it's an empty one):

    1.- Create the bare repo dir in the Clarive server:

    git init --bare /opt/clarive/repo/my-repo.git

    2.- Clone the repo somewhere else to push a first commit

    cd /tmp && git clone /opt/clarive/repo/my-repo.git

    3.- Commit and push an initial commit

    cd /tmp/my-repo && git commit -am'Initial commit --allow-empty' && git push origin master

    4.- You can now create the GitRepository CI in Clarive and run the "Create System Tags" service to create the DEV tag (and the rest of environments)

    Let me know if it helped.

    Regards

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  • ricardo

    Hi Felipe. How did you add the repo? Can you please tell us details about "manually added repo"?

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  • bea

    Hi Jolu,

    The publish plugins in our github are compatible with new versions of Clarive ( ClariveSE). If you want to use in an enterprise previous version, please contact with us in our enterprise support website.

    Regards

    Bea

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  • bea

    Hi,

    The issue is that your docker cannot run commands with the owner Clarive user.

    Following docker documentation, they explain how to execute with non-root user.

    https://docs.docker.com/engine/installation/linux/linux-postinstall/#manage-docker-as-a-non-root-user

    Abstract of the document:

    sudo groupadd docker
    sudo usermod -aG docker <your_user>

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  • ricardo

    Hi Jolu, there's a lot of information about rulebooks and ClariveSE model in the product documentation either inside the product (the light bulb icon) or online (https://docs.clarive.com). We know that it's never enough and we're in "Continuous Improvement" mode in this case, but it's worth the time to have a look, test all the examples in REPL and if you find something that's wrong, not totally correct or missing we will greatly appreciate your comments and/or suggestions here.

    Thanks for your clariving time !!!!

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