How to work on a same project?

Is there a way for a team of developers to work on a same
project at the same time ?
I have tried calling the same project that the other developer is
using but my Jdeveloper hung.
Thanks,
WestAi
null

The recommended way to do this is to use a source control system
such as PVCS or ClearCase to handle checkouts/merges of a single
file.
-L
WestAi (guest) wrote:
: Is there a way for a team of developers to work on a same
: project at the same time ?
: I have tried calling the same project that the other developer
is
: using but my Jdeveloper hung.
: Thanks,
: WestAi
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