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Is there any Version Control System in Salesforce?



Suppose if i do three manage releases 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 of my app. After the third release, if i want to revert back the code which i had released in 1.0.

Is there any version control system through which i can get back the earlier code .


How can i achieve this?


Any help on this will be highly appreciated.



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Setup and use SVN or some other source control system from your Eclipse environment.  -Best, Steve.
Stave any documentation for this?.


You will want to install a subversion server on your machine somewhere.  (and remember to add it to whatever scheme you're using for regular backups.)





Then a plug-in for Eclipse. I've installed:



 ...and then you'll register your subversion server with eclipse.  You can also use the plug-in to browse other people's SVN repository when they make the url's available.



Either way, there's a lot of doc out there.   There are also other integration solutions, for example you can integrate SVN directly into windows if you have files to edit that you don't touch through eclipse.



Best, Steve.



Looks like this link is down ?


Yup!  link is down

This link http://blog.sforce.com/sforce/2008/12/put-your-forcecom-app-under-version-control.html  is not working