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Push Code In Remote Repository Using Sourcetree

Map Local And Remote Repository

  1. Create a local repository (check this article to create a local repository
  2. Click on the Settings tab on the top right-hand side of the screen.
  3. Picture showing the settings button in the sourcetree
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  4. Follow window will appear
  5. Picture showing the repository settings screen in source tree
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  6. Click on the Add button a window will appear to enter the remote repository credentials. Enter the information and click on Ok.
  7. Picture showing a pop up window for adding the repository paths
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  8. Click on the Ok button of parent window to close the window.
  9. Picture showing the remote path added in the repository settings screen
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Perform Push Operation

  1. Add a file 1.txt in your local repository.
  2. Picture showing the file in the local repository
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  3. It will come as unstaged changes in sourcetree.
  4. Picture showing the unstaged changes in the repository using sourcetree
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  5. Click on ‘Stage All’ or ‘Stage Selected’ to add the file in the staging folder.
  6. Click on the Commit button on the top left-hand side of the window
  7. Picture showing the commit button for committing the changes
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  8. Add the comments and click on the Commit button at the bottom.
  9. Picture showing the window to add commit comments
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  10. Once the commit is done, click on the Push button on the top of the screen.
  11. Picture showing the Push button for pushing the changes on the remote server
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  12. Following window will appear
  13. Picture showing a popup window to push changes
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  14. Click on Push button
  15. Picture showing a popup window to select the branch where changes will be pushed
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  16. A progress dialog will come to show the progress of Push operation
  17. Picture showing the progress of push activity on the remote server
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  18. Once completed, you can see 1.txt on remote repository.
  19. Picture showing file on the server after pushed is done
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Posted By  -  Karan Gupta
Posted On  -  Monday, November 25, 2019


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