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Difference between Professional and Enterprise?

Tom
Is the main difference between the Visual Studio .NET Professional and
Enterprise editions the inclusion (in Enterprise) of : 1. SourceSafe, 2.
Visio (Architect), and (3) Win2003 Server integration?

Also, if Professional doesn't include SourceSafe, but you ALREADY have
SourceSafe, can you still use it within the Professional IDE? My guess is
'NO', since the Professional doesn't include the IDE integration DLLs for
SourceSafe, but am just curious if anyone knows.

Thanks.

Tom
Jul 21 '05 #1
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The enterprise editions (there are two) also contain development versions of
some servers, testing tools, enterprise templates, and more reference
applications.

Yes, you can use Visual SourceSafe from the Professional edition if you
already have it.

The version differences are at
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/ho.../choosing.aspx.

"Tom" <to*@nospam.com> wrote in message
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Is the main difference between the Visual Studio .NET Professional and
Enterprise editions the inclusion (in Enterprise) of : 1. SourceSafe, 2.
Visio (Architect), and (3) Win2003 Server integration?

Also, if Professional doesn't include SourceSafe, but you ALREADY have
SourceSafe, can you still use it within the Professional IDE? My guess is
'NO', since the Professional doesn't include the IDE integration DLLs for
SourceSafe, but am just curious if anyone knows.

Thanks.

Tom

Jul 21 '05 #2
Are there any limitations between versions, specifically should a project created in VS.Net Enterprise Architect (from a Univerasl Subscription) be able to be opened and worked on by someone using VS.Net (from a Professional subscription)

It would seem crazy if they cant

Jul 21 '05 #3
Are there any limitations between versions, specifically should a project created in VS.Net Enterprise Architect (from a Univerasl Subscription) be able to be opened and worked on by someone using VS.Net (from a Professional subscription)

It would seem crazy if they cant

Jul 21 '05 #4

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