How to set up Subversion Integration
Subversion plugin can be used to update entities in TargetProcess. You can update entity states and time spent/remaining as you enter comments when doing an SVN commit.
To set up the SVN plugin, go to, and add a new Subversion Integration profile:
Then, you need to map SVN users and TargetProcess users:
As soon as the profile is created, TargetProcess will import SVN revisions starting from the revision # you’ve specified. This can take several minutes.
You can track the import status in the log:
Now, as you do an SVN commit, just add a comment in any of these formats:
- Change defect states:
#ID (or id:ID) state:fixed
- Add comments to defect:
#ID (or id:ID) comment: text of your comment here
comment: this is a second multi-line comment row1
- Add time spent only:
#ID (or id:ID) time:1
- Update time spent and time remaining:
#ID (or id:ID) time:1:12
- Update several defects at a time:
#ID (or id:ID), #ID (or id:ID) comment: will not be fixed state: invalid time:0.5
In this example, as soon as the commit is done, the status of the entity with ID=266 will be changed to Done, and the comment “Should be included to the current release,” spent time = 1 hour and remaining time = 2 hours will be added to the entity.
You can see all the updates from Subversion in the Source tab:
For more details on the changes, just click the Diff link: