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Posted Tuesday, September 13, 2011 3:16 PM


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Any recommendations how to do db-versioning in TFS? (sqlserver/oracle).
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Posted Tuesday, September 13, 2011 3:26 PM
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Can you explain why you have chosen TFS over its alternatives, Subversion and Git?
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Posted Tuesday, September 13, 2011 3:45 PM


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Explanation:
I'm very new to tfs as it has been chosen as version-control environment for developers.

We are consolidating version control from ms sourcesafe and subversion to tfs in the hope to better manage branching (mostly from developers side, ability to filter the releaseversion excluding non-tested code) and keeping things together (changerequest, documentation, scripts).
Our current workenvironment didn't had a lot of subversionintegration (into visual studio) which probably putted off some members about having to update first to check for conflicts... Subversion works great,is even free but has its integrationperks (looking in update-comment for changenr x).
Haven't tried git as we only have 1 developer site (skimmed internet, git is for distributed environments)
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Posted Wednesday, September 14, 2011 10:33 AM


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I've used it for databases and you can import all of the objects from an existing database and then go from there. I've also created new projects for new databases and added objects as they've been developed. At my last job, I inherited an existing 2005 environment and they had installed a lot more than we really needed. I pared that down to the essentials when installing a 2010 environment before I left.
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