CaseComplete integrates with many version control systems allowing you to create shared projects to collaborate with team members. Some of the version control systems that CaseComplete integrates with include:
- The CaseComplete Shared Project AddIn that is packaged with CaseComplete, allowing you to create shared projects on a shared drive without any additional software. (The shared drive must be on your LAN. It won't work with file-syncing services such as DropBox or Microsoft OneDrive).
- Subversion servers such as Visual SVN Server (for CC 2014 and earlier, please use Version 2.1.16 dated August 12, 2013 found here).
- Web-hosted subversion servers such as RiouxSVN, ASSEMBLA, ProjectLocker, and Beanstalk.
- Microsoft Azure DevOps Server (formerly called Team Foundation Server or TFS) and Microsoft Azure DevOps (formerly Visual Studio Online). DevOps is free for up to 5 users.
- Systems that support the Microsoft® MSSCCI interface. Such systems include Microsoft® Visual SourceSafe, AccuRev (requires AccuBridge plugin, available from vendor’s website) and PureCM. Other version control systems that support MSSCCI should also work – check with your version control vendor.
Whether you use the built-in Shared Project Addin or incorporate a more robust third-party version control system really depends on the size and the shape of your team. If you have a fairly small team (five or fewer users) that are on the same local network, the Shared Project Addin should work just fine. If you have a larger team, or if your team is spread out across multiple locations, you should consider using one of the server-based systems mentioned above. Server based systems are generally better performing and more secure.
Need some documentation on how to use CaseComplete with these version control systems? Look here.