Chapter 7. Submit Types and Concurrency

The most delicate moment is when concurrent and dependent changes need to be merged and executed in a specific order to prevent conflicts. In this chapter we will go through these problems and analyze the different situations in which they may occur, and how Gerrit helps you to manage them. Finally we will experiment with a set of concurrent changes under review and learn how to keep them up-to-date until their submission and merge.

Submit types

While the process of scoring and submission in Gerrit is driven by the Code Review rules, as soon as the change is submitted to its target branch, it gets executed according to the project's submit type. The following screenshot shows project Submit Type: on the settings ...

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