GIT and JDeveloper on an ADF Project

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mail4sudhakar

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Feb 18, 2015, 8:52:24 AM2/18/15
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Hi,
  Any one using GIT and JDeveloper on an ADF Project?

My initial tests had lot of problem when it comes to resolving conflicts and pulling the changes into JDeveloper with GIT.It was a breeze with SVN integration.


Regards
Sudhakar

Luc Bors

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Feb 18, 2015, 9:11:08 AM2/18/15
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I'm using GIT with ADF project's. I don't have any issues. Note however that I do not use the GIT JDev integration. I use GIT from the filesystem.
I am about to use the integrated version on my next project tomorrow. I will share my findings with this group.

Luc

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Vinay Kumar

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Feb 18, 2015, 9:17:19 AM2/18/15
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Hi Sudhakar,


I am using GIT with Jdeveloper. Its working great. Can you tell me what exact issue you facing?

Regards
Vinay

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mail4sudhakar

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Feb 18, 2015, 12:37:25 PM2/18/15
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Hi Vinay,
   I am getting merge error when I pull the changes from git and its list the files which has merge error in the log window.

But there is no option to Resolve conflict like we had in SVN integration with JDeveloper.Does that mean we have to resolve the conflicts using some other tool?

Regards
Sudhakar

Vigneswaran Sivasamy

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Feb 18, 2015, 1:52:03 PM2/18/15
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I am using GIT with jdeveloper for a couple of months now. I have no issues till now. I have a remote repository which is configured for multiple users and we use pull and push from the shell and everything else from inside jdeveloper. Works like a breeze.

Thanks.
Vignesh.

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Vinay Kumar

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Feb 18, 2015, 1:52:03 PM2/18/15
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Hi Sudhakar,

If there is conflict in the code there are few thing you can do.Either you can try few tools like p4merge.You can configure with GIT. 


If you getting error like 

error: Your local changes to the following files would be overwritten by merge:
file/name/pathsome/more/filenamepath
Please, commit your changes or stash them before you can merge.
Aborting

Try this

-fetch (updating all remote tracking branches, like origin/master)
-rebase your current branch on top of origin/master in order to replay your 2 commits on top of the 7 updated commits that you just fetched.

git checkout master
git fetch
git rebase origin/master


or more simply you can do 

git pull --rebase


Regards
Vinay

Shay Shmeltzer

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Mar 2, 2015, 7:34:22 PM3/2/15
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Hi All,
Sorry for jumping in a bit late, but we actually are looking for more feedback on the git support in JDeveloper 12c and what features you would like to see improved or added.
So if you are currently using external tools to do the git integration - the question would be why?
If you are using the built in functionality - is there something we are missing? is there something that annoys you?

By the way, for those who are just starting with git - the Oracle A-Team just published a  great article about working with Git:

Thanks,
Shay
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