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Builds in VSS?

Posted on 2004-08-17
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I have my C# solution loaded into VSS.

Is there any way to associate all projects in the solution with a particular build, and archive that build....such that I can ROLL BACK to the source code for that build should something go wrong with a release?

Would I apply this to the entire solution or to individual projects?
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If I understand your question corectly, it can be done by labeling source code files. Right click on project and select Label.

HTH,
Jigit

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Jigit:

And how do I locate these labels at some future point?

Will there be some dialog that has stuff like:

17 August Build
16 August Build
15 August Build
etc., etc.?
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Right click on project/file and select History.

Thanks for accepting my answer and grading it A. Would you like to fill some feedback?

Thanks,
Jigit
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Sure!
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