How To Initialize a Git Repository

Starting with the update 7.0 20190903, the Solution Manager automatically initializes the Git repository used, if it has not been initialized yet.

With previous updates of the Solution Manager, you have to manually initialize the Git repository before using it. Otherwise, the Solution Manager will return an error when trying to store information there.

To initialize a git repository, open a command line and execute this from your home directory:

mkdir new_repository
cd new_repository
git init
git remote add origin <URL of the Git repository>
echo README file >
git add -A
git commit -m "Initial commit"
git push -u origin master
cd ..

In line #4, replace “<URL of the Git repository>” with the URL of the repository.

After running this, the repository will be initialized.

You can now delete the directory new_repository.