Archive for the ‘ChangeVue’ Category


 

Scripting Toolkit ISO available for download

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010 by Ferdinand Rios
For some time now, SAPIEN has been distributing a free "Scripting Toolkit" CD at various trade shows and events. This CD contains copies of all of our free tools, trial versions of our paid applications, samples of our ebooks and training videos and other cool stuff. All of this stuff is available individually for download on our various sites. But because you have asked for it, we have made available the ISO image that we use to burn all of this cool stuff onto CD. So with one (rather large) download, you can get the full CD's worth of scripting…   More »

ChangeVue to get traditional command-line interface

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009 by Ferdinand Rios
ChangeVue 2009, SAPIEN Technologies’ source control system, is about to get yet another new way to manage its content: a traditional command line interface! Soon you will be able to manage your existing ChangeVue repositories directly through the CMD.exe console or through traditional batch files. The command line executable, CVC.exe, will be automatically installed when you install ChangeVue. By calling that executable, you will have instant access to over 20 ChangeVue commands. With this executable you can perform all manner of ChangeVue tasks such as: add and remove projects add and remove files check files in and out get comments and…   More »

ChangeVue to get PowerShell cmdlet interface

Thursday, June 4th, 2009 by Ferdinand Rios
ChangeVue 2009, SAPIEN Technologies' source control system, is about to get a new way to manage its content: a PowerShell snap-in! That's right. You will soon be able to manage your existing ChangeVue repositories directly through the PowerShell console or through a PowerShell script. Simply install the ChangeVue snap-in using the PowerShell cmdlet "Add-PSSnapin -name ChangeVuePS" and you will have instant access to over 20 ChangeVue cmdlets. With this snap-in you can perform all manner of ChangeVue tasks such as: open and close repositories add and remove projects add and remove files add and remove users check files in and…   More »

Look Ma, no editions!

Thursday, February 26th, 2009 by Alex Riedel
With the release of PrimalScript 2009 we have streamlined the product into one single version rather than three distinct editions. Many users have emailed us over the past few years, expressing that the standard IDE for script should always include all features and the we should make you, our customers, choose. Quite naturally after the release the most common question we received was: "I have the Enterprise edition, what do I loose when I upgrade?". The good news is, nothing. The only built-in feature that was "relocated" in PrimalScript 2009 is the Visual Query Builder. This feature is now only…   More »

Version control for System Administrators (Part 2)

Saturday, January 24th, 2009 by Alex Riedel
In Part 1 I showed you how easy it is to set up ChangeVue 2009 and to add all your scripts to source control. In Part 2 you will learn how easy it is to make PrimalScript work seamlessly with version control and ChangeVue. The steps described here apply to just about any source control system you care to use, but we will use ChangeVue to illustrate the individual actions. The PrimalScript options and screenshots where created with PrimalScript 2009. If you have an earlier version, your dialogs will be slightly but not substantially different. The first step is to…   More »

Version control for System Administrators (Part 1)

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009 by Alex Riedel
1. Setting up ChangeVue 2009 Software developers have been using Source Code Control Systems for quite some years now. Most people involved with any kind of electronic files or document have a kind of ad-hoc version control usually using some file naming scheme. Something like: InfrastructureOct2007.doc InfrastructureJan2008.doc InfrastructureMar2008.doc Many administrators though, have stayed away from the developer oriented source control software packages. A feeling of overkill and the tendency to have a complicated setup can keep you away even if you recognize a basic need for that type of thing. After all, who wants to create databases on servers, user-ids,…   More »