AccuRev Desktop Help
This guide documents the AccuRev desktop interface (GUI). It provides the content for the AccuRev context-sensitive help.
This guide is intended for end users and administrators who use the AccuRev GUI in the performance of their jobs. It is not meant to be a tutorial—we assume that you have had some form of AccuRev training.
See the AccuRev Installation and Release Notes for installation procedures and any late-breaking information about the current release.
|Overview||Describes the AccuRev on-line help mechanism and its organization and features.|
|Using the AccuRev Desktop UI||Provides a high-level view of the AccuRev GUI.|
|The File Browser||Describes in detail how to use AccuRev’s features to work with your files.|
|The StreamBrowser||Describes in detail AccuRev’s unique stream architecture for organizing your work.|
|The History Browser||Describes how to use AccuRev to view the past operations that have been performed on your files.|
|The Version Browser||Describes AccuRev’s graphical browser for viewing versions, the streams and workspaces where they reside, and the relations between them.|
|Diff, Merge, Patch, and the Change Palette||Explains how to view the differences between versions of your files, how to merge those differences, and how to use the AccuRev’s unique Change Palette to cross-promote elements to specific streams.|
|Security||Describes features such as file locking, stream locking, access control lists (ACLs), and other ways of controlling accessing to your data.|
|AccuWork||Describes AccuRev’s tightly integrated issue tracking feature.|
|The Schema Editor (Administrators Only)||Explains the GUI utility that administrators use to design and customize AccuWork forms.|
|Support and Troubleshooting||Explains how to contact AccuRev Customer Support, provides discussions of some commonly-encountered issues, and also describes how to configure various web browsers to work with AccuRev on-line help.|