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Which files of VB.NET solutions should I keep in VSS

Which files of VB.NET solutions should I keep in VSS

Which files of VB.NET solutions should I keep in VSS

(OP)
Dears;

I am trying to use Visual Source Safe in VB.NET and I am wondering about which files should I keep in VSS. I am using VS.NET Enterprise Version 2003. Actually, I am confusing about the .sln and .vbproj.

Can anyone give me the folder and files structure in VSS for VB.NET project.

Thanks.

Muhammad Essa Mughal
Software Engineer
iLogic Inc.

RE: Which files of VB.NET solutions should I keep in VSS

If you add the solution to source control, all files that need to be added to source control are added automatically.

RE: Which files of VB.NET solutions should I keep in VSS

(OP)
Yes, you are right and I did the same after installing VS.NET enterprise edition.

Thanks for help.
 

Muhammad Essa Mughal
Software Engineer
iLogic Inc.

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