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1. Download and install CVS 1.11 from http://www.cvshome.org/.

2. Make sure that the CVS directory is included in your system PATH variable.
Check this by issuing the following command from the command line:

cvs -version

3. Create a new directory on your file system we’ll use c:\jdver in this sample.

4. Initialize a new repository from the command line using: cvs –d c:\jdver init

5. Startup JDeveloper.

6. Set JDeveloper to use CVS as its version control tool. From the versioning
menu choose Select System , check the CVS radio button and click ok.

7. Switch to the connection tab Ctrl+Shift+O, right click on the CVS Server
node and choose New CVS Connection.

8. In the wizard go to step 1 and name the connection money.

9. In step 2 keep the access method to Local, for the Repository path insert
your directory c:\jdver.

10. Click next to go to step 4 and test your connection. Make sure you received
Connection test successful. Click Finish.

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