In the April release of Oracle Developer Cloud, we introduced a feature you can use to protect a specific branch of a Git repository hosted by Oracle Developer Cloud. This blog should help you understand the options we introduced.
What does the branch protection do?
Git Branch Protection feature enforces that the collaborators on the Git repository cannot commit changes to a branch by bypassing the set development process.
Who has access to branch protection?
The only one allowed to configure branch protection for a Git repository is the user with the Project Owner role for the project in which the Git repository was created.
Where can we find the branch protection option?
To access this feature, select the Project Administration tab on the left navigation bar and then select the Branches tile in Developer Cloud. This feature is accessible to a Project Owner, not to a Project Member.
Branch Protection Settings – Getting Started
To get started with setting branch protections, select the Git repository and the branch in the Branches tab. The dropdown lists all the repositories in the project and all the branches created for the selected repository. In the following screenshot, I selected the NodeJSMicroService.git repository and the master branch. Read the complete article here.
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