Setup and editing Visual SourceSafe projects

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Setup and editing Visual SourceSafe projects

There are two possible scenarios when you are setting up a project that will be connected to your Visual SourceSafe (VSS) repository (the name for the database where your projects are stored): Either your project is a new project that has not yet been added to the VSS repository, or you want to work on a project that is already stored in the VSS repository. In the first case you need to add a copy of your project to the repository and link it to your local version. In the second case you need to create a local copy of the repository project and link it your copy to the repository.

Click to expand/collapseConnecting and uploading a local project to the VSS repository
Click to expand/collapseDownloading and connecting a project from a VSS repository to a local copy
Click to expand/collapseOpening and closing VSS-linked projects
Click to expand/collapseEditing VSS-linked projects
Click to expand/collapseConverting a compressed HMXZ project to a VSS project
Click to expand/collapseEditing topics in VSS-linked projects
Click to expand/collapseEditing the Table of Contents in VSS-linked projects
Click to expand/collapseEditing program configuration in VSS-linked projects

See also:

Multi-User Editing