This page is a list of common Trac administration tasks and commands used to administer and support Trac databases.
Creating New Trac Database
Run the following command:
You will be prompted for the following questions:
It will ask you for the Trac project name, enter what you want the Trac Project named
Then it asks for the database connection string, hit enter to accept the default of db/trac.db
Hit enter again to accept the default Repository Type of Subversion
Now enter the local file path to the svn repository you are using. An example would be: D:\Subversion\SCMWise
To publish the new Trac Project through http, you will need to edit the httpd.conf and add a section that looks like the following:
You will need to restart the Apache web service to pick up the httpd.conf file changes.
How to Add a User to TRAC_ADMIN
Log in to the server where Trac is hosted
Open a command prompt
Run the following trac-admin permission command
How to Delete a Trac Ticket
First, determine which ticket in which Trac instance you want to delete
Then logon the server where Trac is hosted
Open a command prompt
Run the following command substituting the right Trac project directory and ticket number
How to Delete a Trac Report
First, identify the report you need to delete from the Report page on the Trac wiki.
Click on the report.
Typically, there should be three buttons at the top of the report:
Edit report, Copy report and Delete report
click Delete report.
Your report should now be gone.
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