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Check Out | Check In with Collaboration

Check Out | Check In with Collaboration provides a team-oriented approach to fast and agile workflow development. 


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Achieving Bimodal Development Needs
Check-Out | Check-In is designed to help IT improve agility to meet the needs of bimodal business by providing a collaborative “team” approach to workflow development and IT automation management. Using Check Out | Check In, multiple developers can simultaneously “Check Out” the same object or objects, allowing for faster workflow creation and maintenance.


Built-in Conflict Resolution for Better Collaboration
Additionally, Check-Out | Check-In also supports exclusive access so one developer can exclusively check out an object, preventing other developers from modifying the same object.

When developers are finished with their modifications and “Check-In” the object(s), ActiveBatch’s Conflict Resolution tool allows workflow editors to address any conflicting changes before saving the modifications, eliminating the risk of users’ work being overwritten or conflicts going unnoticed. 

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Improved Orchestration with Test Pending Changes
Check Out | Check In can also be used in Production and Test environments so users can test their pending changes by executing the modified job, while still allowing for the scheduled execution of instances using the original, unmodified job.

This simplifies the workflow development process, providing improved orchestration amongst developers for faster IT workflow creation in a more controlled, reliable production environment.

Changesets
Changesets allow users to associate and identify multiple Object changes as part of a single Check-In and, when necessary, rollback multiple changes at one time. Built in audit trails to show what changes were deployed, when, and by whom, as well as the ability to add comments to document the purpose of a particular changeset provide users with a high degree of maintainability, manageability, and control.


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