Applies to TestComplete 14.70, last modified on October 20, 2020
This topic describes functionality of the SCC API Providers plugin, which is obsolete and is left for backward compatibility only. To learn about supported source control integrations, see Integration With Source Control Systems.

This section describes some common tasks that you may need to perform while working with a project suite bound to a source control system.

When you add a new element to a project or project suite that is currently bound to a source control system, TestComplete takes into account the state of the Bind new items to SCC automatically option. If this option is enabled, the new element is bound to the source control system automatically. If the option is disabled, you will have to bind the added element manually. For this purpose, right-click the new element in the Project Explorer panel and select Source Control | Add to Source Control from the context menu.

It is not allowed to bind several new elements through the context menu of the corresponding project or project suite. You need to add each element one by one using the element’s context menu as it is described above.

In This Section

Adding New Project to Project Suite (Legacy)

Describes how to add a new project to a project suite bound to a source control system.

Adding New Test Item to Project (Legacy)

Describes how to add a new test item to a project bound to a source control system.

Adding New Project Item to Project (Legacy)

Describes how to add a new project item to a project bound to a source control system.

Adding New Unit to Project (Legacy)

Describes how to add a new script unit to a project bound to a source control system.

Adding New Element to Stores Collection (Legacy)

Describes how to add a new Stores element to a project bound to a source control system.

See Also

Legacy Integration With Source Control Systems - Common Tasks
Integration With Source Control Systems via SCC API Providers (Legacy)
Select SCC Provider Dialog
List of Files Added to Source Code Control

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