Setting Up Visual SourceSafe

To implement source code control, first create a Visual SourceSafe database. Once you’ve created a Visual SourceSafe database, you can add a Visual Basic project to it. This is most easily done with Visual SourceSafe Administrator, shown in Figure 18-1. To start Visual SourceSafe Administrator, choose All Programs from the Start menu and then choose Microsoft Visual SourceSafe and Visual SourceSafe 6.0 Admin from the submenus.

Note

Visual SourceSafe isn’t typically installed with Visual Basic .NET; you might have to install it separately before using it.

Figure 18-1. Use Visual SourceSafe Administrator to configure source code control.

Creating a Visual SourceSafe Database

Visual SourceSafe is installed with ...

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