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Sharepoint Defect Tracking & SVN

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint


   We are currently running Share Point with the Bug Database application template; and have received a request for the ability to manage software development code change using Share Point.  Our users are looking for the ability to link a defect in the bug database to either a Share Point application that can manage code change, or to SVN. 

   Has anyone encountered this?  Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,


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