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Can I get Visual SourceSafe 6.0 seperately?

Posted on 2006-11-16
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I would like to know is it possible to install only Visual Source Safe 6.0 without installing VB 6.0?
I am trying to set up integration with Access 2003 development  and VSS 6.0.  I dont need VB6.0.
Is this possible? What are the licensing issues with this?

Thanks.
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Hi deeznutz,

VSS is a product that can be use independently of VB. If you don't have the Enterprise edition of VS6, you will need to buy VSS as a standalone product. Just be warned that Check in/out won't be as integrated as in VB6.

Cheers!
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