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FlexRule’s built-in source control enables the use of Git as your version controlling system for FlexRule Designer projects.

Add Source Control

Click on the Add Source Control button at the bottom of the window.

Select Local Git.

Then the Source Control options will be updated showing,

  • Number of commits waiting to be pushed
  • Number of files modified waiting to be committed
  • The current branch you have checked out

Commit Changes

You can compare versions and commit and push changes.

At the bottom of the screen, you can see the number of changed files. Click on that and you will be directed to the window with the list of changed files.

  • Commit and Push: Commit and push changes to the remote repository
  • Commit: Commit changes
  • Show Changes: Show the changes comparing with the previous version
  • Select All: Select all changed files
  • Deselect All: Deselect the selected files
  • Commit Message: Comment to be added to the commit

Manage Repositories

Click on the branch name (in this example, it is master) to see the repository options.

  • Manage Remotes
  • Manage Branches
  • Manage Commits

Manage Remotes

Manage Remotes is used to view and manage remote repositories.

  • Add: Add a remote repository
    • Name: Name of the repository
    • Uri: Full link to the repository
  • Edit: Edit an added remote repository
  • Delete: Delete an added remote repository
  • Set Default: When you have a list of remote repositories, set one of them as a default repository. It will be shown in bold.
  • Refresh: Refresh the list of repositories

Manage Branches

Manage branches of the repository.

  • Add New: Add a new branch
  • Check Out: Use the selected branch.
    Once you check out a branch you can see which branch you are in


  • Refresh: Refresh the list of branches

Manage Commits

You can view and manage the commits.

  • Push: Push to the remote repository
  • Pull: Pull from the remote repository
  • Fetch: Fetch a remote repository.

Push to Remote Repository

Once you commit changes, you can see the number of commits waiting to be pushed to the remote repository.

Click on the push icon and you can enter the credentials to your Git account. You can use the login or token.

If the branch does not exist, it will create the branch and push.

Using username and password
Using Personal access token

You can see the updated remote repository as follows.

Updated on June 1, 2021

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