AccuRev Workspace
Private developer work area.
See Workflow Manager.
An Endevor short name for Change Control Identifier, which is an attribute associated to Endevor elements.
Change package
A set of AccuRev elements. The change package records the changes to one or more elements. Each entry in the change package describes changes to one element: the changes between the basis version and the head version.
The configuration that permits synchronization of specific assets. A connection defines a master and a target data source and several specific mapping rules defined as projects.
Software that interacts with an SCM system (CA Endevor, for example) to perform synchronizations.
Connector type
The name of the third-party repository with which a connector interacts.
Content type
The content type specifies how data are stored in AccuRev or Endevor (for example binary or text).
Data source
A specific instance of an Enterprise Sync connector.
Main repository on an AccuRev server for all related source code.
Eclipse Project
AWM applications, Enterprise Developer Cobol or PL/I projects and AccuRev workspaces are managed in Enterprise Developer in Eclipse projects.
Element type
A type is a category of source code that is used as part of the classification of an Endevor element. For example, there are types for COBOL, COPYBOOK, JCL.
A short name for CA's Endevor Software Change Manager product.
Enterprise Sync Project
An Enterprise Sync project is a specific configuration defined in a connection which defines mapping rules for SCM assets. A connection may define several projects, for example depending of the stages, application systems, etc.
An environment is the top level of the logical structure used to classify elements in Endevor.
Eclipse Workspace
A developer local workspace used by Enterprise Developer to manage Eclipse project data.
A file or directory that is under version control. This term is used in AccuRev for files and directories and used in Endevor for files.
Gated stream
A special AccuRev stream which is used by Enterprise Sync to support on demand synchronizations (see also Stream).
Master data source
The primary and leading data source defined in a connection. In case of a bi-directional synchronization the assets of the master data source are treated with precedence, for example when a conflict situation occurs.
Processor Group
A processor group identifies a set of processors for a specific element type in Endevor. A group can include up to three processors (one generate, one delete, and one move processor, or any combination).
See Enterprise Sync Project or Eclipse Project.
Software change and configuration management: a third party product managing software assets relevant for application development. This typically includes features like versioning, change management, build management and process management.
A stage in Endevor is a step in the software life-cycle. There are two stages defined for each Endevor environment.
Configuration of related elements in AccuRev. Code may be promoted into or inherited from streams.
A subsystem is a part of the Endevor classification of an element. Subsystems are used for specific applications within a system.
The process of mirroring and synchronizing assets (one- or bi-directional) between two third-party SCM systems (for example between AccuRev and Endevor).
An Endevor system is a way to classify elements in Endevor. A system typically represents the applications.
Target data source
The second defined data source in a connection, which is not the master data source.
See Content type or Element type.
See AccuRev Workspace or Eclipse Workspace.
Workflow Manager
A feature in Enterprise Developer for Eclipse which generates a user interface and integrates custom applications, for example the third party SCM systems.
A particular revision of an element in AccuRev. In Endevor the term VVLL (version/level) is used to identify a revision in an environment.