On 03/15/2013 02:08 PM, Ed Willink
Do you like editing XML and doing revision control in Git, or do you
prefer to use a web form?
On 15/03/2013 18:01, Wayne Beaton wrote:
How do I make that choice?
What happens if I edit in the PMI, then
my colleague edits the XML?
Then you will have two separate copies.The PMI stores the plan
information in a database. Drupal provides some revision control
that can be leveraged here.
When I did the import of the existing information, I pulled in
project plans where I could find them. It was a one-way process.
You must choose to either continue to run with an XML file, or
you can use the form elements in the PMI. There is no plan to
attempt to coordinate these.
It's not. I just need to see a plan either in the required XML
format, or in the database. In the end, it's just a URL either way.
How is the choice enforced?
No. If you provide an XML file, then we'll render it the
old-fashioned way from a link that we'll put on the review record.
Maybe I should include an optional field on the release record to
hold the link.
If there are two separate copies which is seen by the user?
If you use the PMI, it'll show up there.
If I choose XML, how is the PMI refreshed?
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