|Developer:||M. Laura Soldo,
Gabriel Ascencao, email@example.com
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REVER Installation Guide
|Table of Contents|
for features releases:
REVER Version: 0.6.5
REVER is a release manager for products. It's a tool that allows users to follow product releases, even hard or software. Depending what kind of user you are and your permissions, you will have a particular vision about the product. If you are a product coordinator, you can order, approve or reject requests or suggestions for those releases.
Features:As a product coordinator, through Roadmap you can have a particular overview about the current stage of the product development and allow reflect and organize the steps to follow.
Unpacking REVER in its own directory, somewhere where your web server will find it. (See your web server docs for infomation). By default, REVER should create its own directory when you unpack it. The new directory name will contain the version name (rever-0.6.5). You can rename this directory after unpacking the files if you prefer another name for the directory.
mysqladmin -u root create versiones
mysql versiones < db_rever.sql
$const_ODBC = "versiones";
$const_host = "localhost";
$const_port = "3306";
$const_user = "root";
$const_pass = "";
$const_serverURL = "http://xxxx.xxxxx";
Or the name you have chosen for the database.
|$const_host =||Hostname o IP where is istalled the database. (Use localhost if it's the same machine of the web server).|
Port that is configured in MySQL, by default is 3306.
Or the name you have chosen for the user.
|$const_pass =||" "
If you put a password to login to the database, you will need to fill up this field.
Any user can access to the system home page. At the top of the page, it shows a set of links. To access other pages, you must be logged as a user with the right permissions. To create new users and give them their permissions, you must:
To obtain the correct functionality of the system, you should keep in mind certain concepts, and load certain data in the tables of database "versiones".
REVER is distributed under open source license
GNU General Public License . In this package you receive a copy of the General GNU Public License.
You can redistribute and/or modify it under the General GNU Public License terms.
If you have questions about this license, please readGPL FAQ .