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SQL Structure in TFS


SQL Structure in TFS

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Bryant McClellan
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I've been elected in my company to devise TFS structure for the maintenance of SQL items. We have 3 versions of SQL still being supported with another on the way. What I am looking for is a recommendation for folder structure within TFS. Our existing VSS databases have entries that are version-specific, like SSIS 2005. I'd like to avoid 'versioning' the storage that way but also make it possible for developers, DBAs and support people to find code easily. Also, out existing VSS has NO database object control so I am treading some new ground here.

Since databases can, are and will be used by many projects, I want database and SSAS objects separate from any other project entries. On the other hand I can see bundling SSRS and SSAS with the projects that caused them to be developed.

I've seen a lot of conversation here regarding TFS and SQL but haven't found any recommendations for structure. TIA for any suggestions.

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