Introduction
What is DRTS
Features
Documentation Overview
Document Conventions
Chapter 1 DRTS Concepts and Terminology
Environments
Elements and Revisions
Components and Component Structures
Versions
Chapter 2 Installing DRTS
Installing DRTS for DOS
Installing DRTS for UNIX
DRTS Variables
DRTSUSER
DRTSENVDIR
DRTSENVMAP
Summary
Chapter 3 Using DRTS
Environment Management
Creating Environments
Accessing Environments
Displaying Environment Information
Listing Environments
Deleting Environments
Revision Tracking System
Creating and Listing Elements
Creating and Listing Locks
Creating New Revisions
Displaying Revision Histories
Displaying Differences Between Revisions
Deleting Elements
Keyword Expansion
Using Versions
Creating Versions
Listing Versions
Deleting Versions
Creating Environment Hierarchies
Propagating Changes Between Environments
Reconcile -- Propagating Changes From Child to Parent
Resync -- Propagating Changes From Parent to Child
Dealing With Conflicts
Modifications to the Same Element
Independently Creating Elements With Same Name
Access Control
Notification
Adding Event Notifications
Displaying Event Notifications
Deleting Event Notifications
Chapter 4 Project Organization Using DRTS
Basic Multi-Programmer Projects
Maintenance and Concurrent Development
Distributed Development
Environments in Different Physical Locations
Accessing Environments on Different Platforms
Using Components
Chapter 5 DRTS Command Reference
ACQUIRE
ACTIVATE
MERGED
PRESERVE
RECONCILE
RESOLVE
RESYNC
RTS
checkin
checkout
create
delete
diff
freshen
get
history
list
rename
rmrev
uncheckout
RTSDIFF
RTSENV
create
delete
history
info
list
lock
log
modify
notify
unlock
RTSVER
delete
list
Appendixes
Appendix A - DRTS Messages
Appendix B - Syntax Specifications
Glossary
Index