After enabling the VCS integration in the Server, you have to enable it for a specific database. To do this, click VCS management on the menu Administration and then, click Databases.
In this wizard, configure the VCS settings of the databases. The column “VCS” indicates if the VCS integration is activated for each database.
Click configure to enable/disable version control in a database.
In this dialog, you have to provide following:
Use version control. Select to enable VCS integration for this database.
Use default environment. If selected, the database will use the environment selected for the global VCS configuration.
Environment. A database can use an environment different to the one specified in the global VCS configuration.
Remote database name. By default, this parameter matches the local database’s name. Changing this parameter’s value allows several local databases to be synchronized against the same version-controlled database. This is useful if there are several developers working on the same version-controlled database in the same server (see section Centralized Workflow with Private Databases).
Use default configuration. True by default. Note that regardless the value of this option, the environment and the remote database name of a database can always be configured. If a database is configured not to use the default VCS configuration, all of the parameters explained in the section Virtual DataPort Server Configuration can be overwritten.