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Package and Deployment Wizard

Dear friends,

Here are two questions that I'm not quite sure the correct answers. Can anyone know the correct answers?

(1)You can view the full list of scripts for the current project by using the Manage Scripts option in the Package and Deployment Wizard. If you want to package a similiar project to the original project, which of the following options should you choose?
(a)To change the configuration of the original project package
(b)To open the Manage Script for the original project in Notepad, and save the file after making necessarily changes.
(c)Others

(2)If you are working with several developers on a huge project, and you want to keep the last version on remote server machine every night. How should you do?
(a)To package the project with the same Manage Script.
(b) Others

Thanks!

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leeann
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a201348Commented:
For question 1,
use an existing script and then you can save it as a new script name.

For question 2,
Last version of what?
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leeannAuthor Commented:
For question 1:
Could you tell me how to use the existing script to do any necessary changes, and then save as a new file?

For question2:
How to let all developers who are working on the same project to access the newest version of the project?
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ckhlamCommented:
1) You can modified the Script file directly, provided that all component the project used are the same.

2) Have you try MS visual source safe? or similar product. I am using MS visual source safe and it keep the latest checked-in version of project files in the server.  All developer can get the latest version of the project.  It is easily to use.
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leeannAuthor Commented:
(1)"You can modified the Script file directly" -- Sorry, the Manage Scripts within the Package and Deployment Wizard has no "Edit" option.

(2)I believe the bes way is to use Source Safe, but my question is that whether to the Package and Deployment Wizard to accomplish this task.
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