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I just finished setting up a Web Enabled Visual Source Safe 2005 Server.  It's a WebService, great, but...

What I don't understand, is that on the client side, you need to specify a Windows Share.  Isn't the WebService's whole idea is to go around this? 

I see 3 options:

  1. Use local db (for personal stuff)
  2. Use an UNC share (like what we're use to)
  3. Use a WebServer (for when a share isn't a good solution)

For option 3, it would be great for devs that work at remote locations and/or “sourceforge like” hosters.  ex: 2-3 friends that work on a small app.

Or consultants that work remotely for an organisation...

Pat

Posted on Monday, April 24, 2006 1:34 PM | Back to top


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Hi Thomas,

You can try Dynamsoft SourceAnywhere for VSS, the fastest SourceSafe remote access software. It is recommended by Microsoft. Take a look at:
http://www.dynamsoft.com/Products/SAW_Overview.aspx

Also, you can try SourceAnywhere Hosted, which is delivered as a SaaS application and fully managed by Dynamsoft. It integrates with VS 2005. The url is:
http://www.dynamsoft.com/Products/SAWhosted_Overview.aspx

Thanks,

Catherine Sea
ps: I work for Dynamsoft.
Left by Catherine Sea on Jul 04, 2007 5:30 PM

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