October 15, 2014by Ralf Gronkowski, Technical Sales Manager at Perforce Software
At the MERGE 2014 conference, I had the pleasure of presenting with Sven Erik Knop on the topic of P4Search, our popular new web service for content-based searches across your Perforce environment. Our talk explained the inner workings of P4 Search, its setup and applications, and explored ideas on how to extend this great and essential tool. You'll find our presentation here.
Our presentation was limited to 30 minutes, and there were many interesting topics we could not get to. One such topic was the P4Search API, which I'll elaborate a bit on here.
October 10, 2014by Liz Lam, QA Lead Engineer (@p4liz)
My first tech mentor was named Simon. He sat me down in front a computer running MS-DOS when I was 9 years old. He encouraged me to explore the system using the "cd" and "dir" commands. He instructed me to look for files ending in "exe", "bat" and "com" in order to run them. He taught me how to copy, move and rename files. He showed me his CAD drawings and how they related to his work with machinery. He was the best mentor a little girl could have. He was patient, understanding, enthusiastic, and he is also my father.Posted In:
October 08, 2014by Trina Morrow, Support Initiatives Manager
Starting on October 9, you will receive your case number in an email response when you create your support case through email and web channels, acknowledging that we have received your request.Posted In:
October 08, 2014by Tony Vinayak, Senior Manager of Professional Services
Perforce server architecture has taken significant strides lately. It wasn’t too long ago when we had customers running hundreds or even thousands of users off of a central Perforce server aided by good ol’ caching proxies. Fast forward to today and you have a several deployment options to choose from as part of the federated server architecture. Some examples:
October 07, 2014by Nick Poole, Software Engineer
New in 2014.2 release of the Perforce Server is native support for authentication against LDAP servers (including Active Directory and OpenLDAP). This means that Perforce administrators no longer need to use external authentication triggers when configuring Perforce to authenticate users against directory servers.
October 03, 2014by Sven Erik Knop, Technical Marketing Manager at Perforce Software
The latest release of Git Fusion 2014.2 has new branch handling and repo configuration options for improved workflow and greater flexibility that are sure to make both Git- and Perforce-using developers and admins more productive. Here’s what’s included: