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How to Source Control SQL Server Stored Procedure using SourceAnywhere in VS 2012/2015?

This article indicates how to version control your SQL Server Stored Procedure using SourceAnywhere in Visual Studio 2012.

 

Please follow the steps below:

 

1.     Lauch VS 2012 and open an existing SQL Server Database project or create a new one.

2.     Then your database is imported in Solution Explorer. Kindly right-click on the project and go to Import -> Database...

3.     A dialog box will prompt.

4.     Click New Connection…and specify the Server and database name in Connection Properties window. And click OK.

5.     After finishing importing the database objects to your VS project, now we can add it to SourceAnywhere. Firstly, please make sure SourceAnywhere is the current source control provider at menu Tools -> Options -> Source Control.

6.     Right-click on the solution file in Solution Explorer and click Add Solution to Source Control…

7.     Afterwards, connection dialog box and add to project dialog box will be prompted respectively.


8.     At this point, your database is successfully version controlled by SourceAnywhere through VS 2012/2015. You will find lock icons in your file names in the Solution Explorer.




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31st of May, 2013

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