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Commit Changes

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Select the Progress AppBuilder client you are currently using for development.

IDE

This article is applicable to the in-browser client, the universal desktop client and the classic Windows desktop client. For information about version control in the extension for Visual Studio, see Use version control in Visual Studio.

When you commit your changes to version control, you create a new version in the version control history of the app. You can commit changes to single or multiple files.

Prerequisites

  • Verify that your preferred AppBuilder client is running and you are logged in.
  • Verify that you have opened the code for your app.
  • Verify that you have pending changes.
    For uncommitted changes, version control icons appear in the Project Navigator. For more information, see Identify Pending Changes.

Procedure

In-Browser

  1. In the top menu bar, click Version ControlCommit.
  2. Select the check boxes for the files that you want to commit.
  3. (Optional) For each selected file, click Diff to inspect the changes to the file.
  4. Provide a comment for the commit.
    You can leave the default comment or type a new comment to replace the default suggestion.
  5. Click Commit.
    If you have configured third-party version control, you can click Commit and Push to synchronize your changes with the remote repository.

Universal

  1. In the top menu bar, click Version ControlCommit.
  2. Select the check boxes for the files that you want to commit.
  3. (Optional) For each selected file, click Diff to inspect the changes to the file.
  4. Provide a comment for the commit.
    You can leave the default comment or type a new comment to replace the default suggestion.
  5. Click Commit.
    If you have configured third-party version control, you can click Commit and Push to synchronize your changes with the remote repository.

Windows

  1. In the top menu bar, click Version ControlCommit.
  2. Select the check boxes for the files that you want to commit.
  3. Provide a comment for the commit.
    You can leave the default comment or type a new comment to replace the default suggestion.
  4. Click Commit.
    If you have configured third-party version control, you can click Commit & Push to synchronize your changes with the remote repository.

Visual Studio

For information about version control in the extension for Visual Studio, see Use version control in Visual Studio.

CLI

This operation is applicable to the classic Windows desktop client and the in-browser client. With the command-line interface, you can use your preferred version control provider and tools.

Next Steps

If you are using third-party version control, you can push your changes.

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