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Saving and Retrieving Projects

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Can some one suggest an article on the saving and retrieving VB.net projects.

I have lost complete programs at least twice. I have to reconstruct the
programs.

It has happened when I enter some code that generates automatic code from
VB. net. Then I try to undo the code and may go to far and lose some of the
code or all of it. I understand VB.net saves the code when entered at least
I think that is the way it works. Obviously I am not clear how to manage the
projects and appreciate any guidance to information on this subject.

In one case I lost the Form design but still had the code and the program
would run but the form was blank. After a long while trying to get the form
back I finally had to reconstruct the form design.

Any help would be highly appreciated,
Dave
Jul 21 '05 #1
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> Can some one suggest an article on the saving and retrieving VB.net
projects.

It sounds like you need a version control system. If you have an MSDN
Subscription, you should already Visual Source Safe. I personally recommend
Subversion.

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Jul 21 '05 #2

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