A CloudForge project is a container where you can add services such as Subversion and Git, and project members who can access these services.
- In the CollabNet Sites view, right-click a CloudForge site and select Add CloudForge project. The Add CloudForge project dialog appears.
- Enter the Project name. This is the project's title and is displayed in the CollabNet Sites view.
- The Short name gets populated with whatever you enter for Project name. You can edit it, but it must be unique within the account. This is a shortcut and is used within access URLs.
To enable Source Control Management for the project, select
If you select Git, for example, a Git repository is added to the project. Git access URLs take the form domainname.git.cloudforge.com/projectname.
- Select a project management tool. You can choose from TeamForge, Bugzilla and Trac.
- Click OK.
- To add more services to a CloudForge project, right-click the project node, select Add CloudForge Service and select the ones you want.
- The Create TeamForge site option is enabled for a TeamForge service node if a corresponding TeamForge site has not already been created. You can use this option to create a new (top level) TeamForge site.
- If you have the EGit plugin installed, you will see the Clone Git repository option for a CloudForge Git service node. This option invokes the Clone Git Repository wizard where you'll need to provide just your password and the repository branches to clone.
- For the access URL and other details, right-click the item in the CollabNet Sites view and select Window > Show View > Properties .