Vault Professional uses plugins for Shadow Folder, Notification and Index (Find in Files) services. In order for these features to work, the Vault Professional Server needs to be able to connect to the plugin service and the plugin needs to be able to connect back to the Vault Professional Server. From the Plugins page you can edit, add, delete, and test the plugins associated with Vault Professional server. Plugins include the Vault Shadow Folder Service, Notify Service and Index Service (Find in Files).
The Plugins page contains data from the dbo.tblplugins table in the sgvault (source code control) database and the dbo.plugins table in the sgdragnet (work item tracking) database.
The Plugins list displays the following information:
The Source column lists the source of the data. "Source Code Control" indicates the data is from sgvault.dbo.tblplugins.
"Work Item Tracking" indicates the data is from sgdragnet.dbo.plugins.
This is the URL of the plugin service. Click on the pencil icon in the Modify column to edit URL and the entry in the database. Note: Any changes to plugin information may affect system operations. Troubleshooting assistance is available from Technical Support or see the SourceGear Vault Plugin Configuration Guide on our support forum.
Please contact SourceGear Technical Support, email@example.com, regarding modifications to Plugin Configuration.
This is the name of the plugin.
This column displays the value "True" or "False" to indicate whether plugin URL is active or inactive.
Click the red "X" icon in the Delete column to delete a plugin entry. This will delete the specific plugin data from the database. Note: Any changes may affect system operations. Please contact SourceGear Technical Support, firstname.lastname@example.org, regarding modifications to Plugin configuration.
Click Add on the Plugins bar to add a plugin entry to the database.
Please contact SourceGear Technical Support, email@example.com, for Plugin configuration requirements.