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SQLSourceSafe, the integrated version control solution for SQL Server objects!

SQLSourceSafe 2.0 is the right version control solution for SQL Server
database development projects. SQLSourceSafe 2.0 Integrates with both
SQL Server and Visual SourceSafe, providing an effective and
effortless version control management system for individuals and
project teams to manage database objects.

By using SQLSourceSafe 2.0, you can manage SQL Server database objects
such as tables, stored procedures, user defined functions, views,
triggers, indexes/keys and constraints as you manage regular files and
projects in SourceSafe. SQLSourceSafe 2.0 enables your to archive and
label database object changes in SourceSafe, so that you can compare
different versions, recover from an undesired write-over of objects,
or roll back to a previous release. Advanced users can also use
SQLSourceSafe 2.0 to find out the differences between SQL Server
databases or deploy the latest or any labeled version SQL Server
database archived in SourceSafe to different computers.

For more information, please visit: http://www.bestsofttool.com.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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SQLSourceSafe 2.0 is the right version control solution for SQL Server
database development projects. SQLSourceSafe 2.0 Integrates with both
SQL Server and Visual SourceSafe, providing an effective and
effortless version control management system for individuals and
project teams to manage database objects.

By using SQLSourceSafe 2.0, you can manage SQL Server database objects
such as tables, stored procedures, user defined functions, views,
triggers, indexes/keys and constraints as you manage regular files and
projects in SourceSafe. SQLSourceSafe 2.0 enables your to archive and
label database object changes in SourceSafe, so that you can compare
different versions, recover from an undesired write-over of objects,
or roll back to a previous release. Advanced users can also use
SQLSourceSafe 2.0 to find out the differences between SQL Server
databases or deploy the latest or any labeled version SQL Server
database archived in SourceSafe to different computers.

For more information, please visit: http://www.bestsofttool.com.

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