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As I start to pump out more and more VS C # applications with associated stored procedures, I am curious as to what other use to maintain version control. How do you make sure you are always deploying the most rececent C# code and stored procedures?
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you can use tortoisesvn, its open source and rather reliable:
http://tortoisesvn.net/
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http://tfs.visualstudio.com/ free for up to 5 users
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I use a mixture of Team Foundation Server and also TortoiseSVN (both mentioned above), but with TortoiseSVN I have www.assembla.com/ as my online repository.  It is also free, but limited to X amount of users / projects.
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