1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 21, 2008 3:51 AM by Peter Grainge

    multiple people working on one project

    timgiossi
      Hello,

      A co-worker and I have run into a problem with robohelp and network drives. We are currently switching over a guide of procedures to Robohelp. We did have our project located on our intranet for the rest of our team members to use when we are finished. We are also going to be using Robo Help for more than what we are doing right now. I've read here that the access database that our project uses doesn't like network drives. My questions are, what do I need to buy to be able to have two people working in the same project at one time?

      Thank You,
        • 1. Re: multiple people working on one project
          Peter Grainge Adobe Community Professional (Moderator)
          We did have our project located on our intranet for the rest of our team members to use when we are finished. - That sounds like the output and it is quite OK to put that on a network drive for users to read.

          What must not be on a network is you source project. To do that you don't need to buy anything as RH comes with source control. If you pop the original CD in, you will find an option to install it. I am assuming you have a fairly recent version.

          Before you proceed, go to http://www.adobe.com/devnet/robohelp/ and take a look at Matthew Ellison's article on the subject. You will probably need developer assistance to set it up.