In this chapter we covered the basics of workspace management and its definition. We've also looked at the best practices associated with workspaces. In general, workspaces might look complex, but they are actually very straightforward. If you find significant complexity in your workspace mappings, or find that you constantly need to edit your workspaces, you are probably doing things the hard way. In such cases it is worth talking to your administrator and trying to work out how to permanently change your repository structure in order to keep the workspaces simpler.
In the next chapter we'll look at handling conflicts when working with files, including merging your changes with the work of others.