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    ET – RAW NOTES – SNEHA

    1. Created account in bitbucket.
    2. downloaded sourcetree and Installed sourcetree.
      1. While installing sourcetree, created account at Atlassian and configured. 
      2. Sourcetree prompted for creating ssh key and created private and public key and loaded the private key to sourcetree.
    3. Logged into bitbucket and navigated to the expense tracker project and Cloned the same to sourcetree.
    4. Imported the project in STS and ran it successfully.
    5. Changed the package name to end with et instead of expense tracker.
    6. created packages for controller, service, domain and repository.

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