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Journey Maestro comes with the Source Code Management (SCM) command line interfaceA command line interface (CLI) is a text-based user interface (UI) used to view and manage computer files. (CLI) that enables you to integrate your Maestro projects with external source code management systems, such as Git or SVN. It provides support for collaborative Journey form development using a flexible approach towards version control allowing you to use various source control strategies, such as feature branches, to work on new features or bug fixes simultaneously using the same form code.
To start using Maestro SCM, you need a few things set up first:
The user account must be assigned with the Maestro SCM Project role.
You must be logged into the community web site to be able to download installers.
Maestro SCM is similar to Git CLI, so you will get the hang of it fairly quickly.
To start using the SCM client:
scm.bat file on your local computer:
Linux or Mac
Open a terminal and type the following command:
To list all SCM commands and get help, type
help at the prompt.
$ help Maestro Source Code Management (SCM) shell, version 19.5.0 Type help 'name' to find out more about a named command: cd Change the current working directory. ls List the files in the current or specified directory. cat Displays the contents of a text file. start Start the specified program or OS shell command. del Delete the specified file or empty directory. cls Clear the screen. rm Delete the specified file or empty directory. dir List the files in the current or specified directory. pwd Print working directory path. type Displays the contents of a text file. mkdir Make a new directory. scm Maestro Source Code Management (SCM) integration commands. scm connect Connect to remote Maestro server. scm design clone Clone remote design to the local directory. scm design diff Compare differences between local design files and remote design. scm design pull Pull remote design file differences to local directory. scm design push Push local design file differences to remote design. scm design rm Remove remote design file. scm design status Compare local design files with remote design files. scm library clone Clone remote library files to the local directory. scm project add Add a new project to Maestro server using local project files. scm project clone Clone remote server project to the local directory. scm project diff Compare differences between local project and remote project. scm project delete Delete remote server project. scm project list List remote server projects. scm project pull Pull remote project file differences to local project. scm project push Push local file differences to remote project. scm project rm Remove remote project file. scm project status Compare local project files with remote project files.
For more information on how to use Maestro SCM, see SCM Quick Start for your Maestro version.
You can migrate your existing Maestro projects to SCM projects to align form development with your existing practices.
Next, learn how to use Maestro SCM to implement a Git Feature Branch workflow.