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How to migrate from VSS to SourceAnywhere Standalone?

To migrate from Visual SourceSafe to SourceAnywhere Standalone, you can follow the steps below:
  1. Install SourceAnywhere Standalone Server.

  2. Run VSS Import Tool to import data from VSS database into SourceAnywhere Standalone repository. Please refer to:
  3. How to import data from VSS database into SourceAnywhere Standalone repository

For Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010 users,
  1. Select SourceAnywhere Standalone as the current source control provider.
    Start Visual Studio. Click menu Tools-> Options. Click the "Source Control" node in the left side tree. And choose "Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere Standalone" in the "Current source control plug-in" combo.

  2. Open your project from SourceAnywhere Standalone:
    File -> Source Control -> Open from source control. Log in the SourceAnywhere Standalone and choose your project to open.
For Eclipse users, please refer to:
How to integrate SourceAnywhere Standalone with Eclipse

For Dreamweaver CS4 users, please refer to:
How to integrate SourceAnywhere Standalone with Dreamweaver CS4

For Dreamweaver CS5 users, please refer to:
How to integrate SourceAnywhere Standalone with Dreamweaver CS5

For FinalBuilder users, please refer to:
How to integrate SourceAnywhere Standalone with FinalBuilder

For PowerBuilder users, please refer to:
How to use SourceAnywhere Standalone with PowerBuilder

For MS Access users, please refer to:
How to integrate SourceAnywhere Standalone with MS Access



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