how to add Sql Server business intelligence project to Team Foundation Server (TFS)

I have developed an SSIS project using the SQLServer Business Intelligence Development Studio on the same server machine hosted with SQL Server 2005. I want to add/upload this project to the Team Foundation Server (TFS) that also resides on the same server machine. How can I do that? Can someone walk me through please?

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strickddCommented:
Assuming you have the project set up in TFS already (aka the folder structure), you just need to map the local path in TFS to the folder you are working in and select "Add Files."
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skaleem1Author Commented:
No, I do not have the project setup in TFS. Can you please walk me through, I can go to team explorer. From there on, I need a walk through as I don't want/aford to make any mistakes at this stage.
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strickddCommented:
Select the project you want to add to and make sure it is mapped to a local folder.
To map to a local folder you can usually right-click on the project and select map to local folder.
     If that doesn't work, select the "Workspaces" dropdown and click "Workspaces..." Select your local workspace and edit it. Add the paths as necessary
Once the folder is mapped locally, you just need to select to add files to the project and it will detect the files in the local folder and prompt you to add them.
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skaleem1Author Commented:
Sorry for being so novice. First of all I cannot add a folder in the team Explorer as the new foder icon is greyed out at the level I want to add a folder (see the screen shot below)
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strickddCommented:
You'll need to map the root project and the mapping will flow down relative to that.
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skaleem1Author Commented:
How can I do that, I am not very familiar with Team Explorer
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