Get connected. Collaboration is not just crucial between people, but
also between applications. This is why we have launched multiple integrations
both on our side and with technology partners, including tools like OnTime
(bug tracking) or XML Spy just to name a few. On top of that, our .NET
and Java APIs are now richer than ever, facilitating powerful custom integration.
The upcoming 2009-2 release continues along the same lines. Check out
our beta downloads to test the new Visual Studio integration
with full workspace capability (!) and the Windows Explorer plugin.
It's still a beta release, so we're keen to learn about your experiences!
Last but not least, you will also see the introduction of two editions
with the release of PureCM 2009-2: PureCM Standard and
PureCM Professional. PureCM Standard will be the new
entry level version of PureCM, excluding issue management, reporting and
Current commercial licenses will of course remain valid as Professional
licenses, giving existing customers ongoing access to all available features
for the same prices as today. Actually, you can now get
Professional licenses with an early bird discount
until 15th October 2009!
Add-ons available from PureCM
Two new add-ons have been published on the PureCM website: The
OnTime bridge and the FTP deployment service.
While the OnTime bridge allows for automatic synchronisation of
PureCM issues and OnTime work items, the FTP deployment service
introduces automated deployment of changesets to target machines.
more about the OnTime plugin >>
more about the FTP deployment service >>
a PureCM Add-On >>
Known and supported
3rd party integrations
While we have been busy developing our own add-ons, many integration
partners have added PureCM integration to their tools. Here's a
list of some known and supported integrations:
- Altova's XML
Spy and UModel (rich XML and UML editors)
- Serlio's CaseComplete
(use case modeling)
- VSoft Technologies' FinalBuilder
If you are interested in getting PureCM integrations into your
current tools, let their sales or support representatives know about
your request (and give us a quick note to firstname.lastname@example.org,
too). We are happy to collaborate with their developers on an additional
PureCM 2009-2 Beta available now
PureCM 2009-2 promises some exciting
new integrations for Windows users in general, and Visual Studio
users in particular.
The enhanced Visual Studio integration is a whole
different proposition to today's SCC integration. Bringing familiar
PureCM GUI views such as the changeset or the workspace explorer
views into PureCM, this will allow developers to perform advanced
PureCM operations in Visual Studio. Managing changesets or shelving?
On the other hand, the Windows Explorer plugin
is most useful for developers working with many different tools
and only needing access to basic functions such as checkout, submit
or view history.
more about the PureCM 2009-2 beta >>
Did you know?
...that you can use PureCM's
.NET and Java APIs for custom integrations?
PureCM's APIs support many workspace operations from 'create workspace'
to 'checkout' and 'submit', or even triggers into its issue management.
How do I get started with .NET? And with Java?
...that you can compare your workspace and server content with
a simple click?
If you want to visually compare file and folder differences between
your current workspace and the stream it is based on on the server,
simply click on the "View outstanding changes" command.
How do I do that?