Chapter 10. Importing projects from Git repositories
Git is a distributed version control system. It implements revisions as commit objects. When you save your changes to a repository, a new commit object in the Git repository is created.
Decision Central uses Git to store project data, including assets such as rules and processes. When you create a project in Decision Central, it is added to a Git repository that is embedded in Decision Central. If you have projects in other Git repositories, you can import those projects into the Decision Central Git repository through Decision Central spaces.
- Red Hat Decision Manager projects exist in an external Git repository.
- Credentials required for read access to that external Git repository are available.
- In Decision Central, click Menu → Design → Projects.
- Select or create the space into which you want to import the projects. The default space is mySpace.
- Click the three vertical dots on the right side of the screen and select Import Project.
- In the Import Project window, enter the URL and credentials for the Git repository that contains the projects that you want to import and click Import. The projects are added to the Decision Central Git repository and are available from the current space.