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Clueless indv needs help with merging existing & previous systems

Clueless indv needs help with merging existing & previous systems

Clueless indv needs help with merging existing & previous systems

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Hi,I'm a bit stuck and was wondering if there is any easy way to accomplish it. basically we have the existing and previous releases of our system stored in VSS in different folders. Each folder contains all the forms, subforms, store procs etc, and what I want to do is merge them all in to one folder and keep the existing history of each object and not only have just a history saying that it was created on the 02/10/01 or whatever. Any help would be much appreciated.

RE: Clueless indv needs help with merging existing & previous systems

Did you ever get a response to this post?  I have a similar situation and would like to know how you handled this back in 2001?

Teddi

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