We use Team Foundation Server (TFS) on-premise, here at work. We've got some source code for a third party app that we use, that's vital to our business. It is older however, but that's another story. There's also a SSIS package, which I didn't even think we had the source code for. One of my colleagues did find the source code, again older, but at least we have something. However, instead of putting it into TFVC (TFS's source control) she put it into TFS's SharePoint Portal view. (The Shared Documents folder.)
So, OK, this sorta works. When I went looking for the SSIS package I didn't think to look in the TFS SharePoint Portal, but that more or less means its in source control. However, I'm wondering if it wouldn't be better to put it into TFVC instead?
We're using SQL Server 2008 R2 SP2.
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