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8. Now, go back and check out the same stored procedure again. 9. Open it and reverse your previous changes. 10. Save the stored procedure. 11. Run the Change script against the server to test it (right-click the Change script
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and select Run). Assume that you are not satisfied with these changes and that you want to abandon them. (Assume that you have tested them and the result is not what you expected.) To do so:
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1. Select Undo Check Out from the context menu. The Visual SourceSafe Server
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locks the file again and uses the previous copy from Visual SourceSafe to reverse the changes in the local file.
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2. To reverse changes to the database, you must Run the change script again.
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Undo Checkout does not actually change any code already deployed, but merely reverses the check out process.
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The full power of Visual SourceSafe can only be realized through one special tool Visual SourceSafe Explorer. Take a look at this tool by following these steps:
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1. Open Visual SourceSafe Explorer from the Windows Start menu (depending
on the version that you have: Start | Programs | Microsoft Visual Studio .NET | Microsoft Visual SourceSafe | Visual SourceSafe) or from Visual Studio .NET (File | Source Control | Microsoft Visual SourceSafe).
2. Expand the Asset project and drill down until you reach Stored Procedures (see
Figure 11-4). The following sections examine some of the most interesting features of the Visual SourceSafe Explorer, particularly history, labels, and versions.
History
Visual SourceSafe keeps an audit trail of changes made to a file. To view this history of changes:
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1. Right-click the stored procedure that you edited earlier in this chapter and
select Show History from the pop-up menu.
2. Visual SourceSafe prompts you to define the history details you would like
to display:
3. In this case, accept the defaults and click OK.
Figure 11-4
Visual SourceSafe Explorer
SQL Server 2000 Stored Procedure & XML Programming
Visual SourceSafe Explorer displays a list of the different versions of the stored procedure, along with the name of the user responsible for each action.
Now you have several options. If you select one version, you can view (click View) the code in an ASCII viewer. You can also see details (click Details) of the selected version such as comments and timestamp. The Get button lets you obtain a version of the stored procedure in a text file. You can also temporarily or permanently set one of the previous versions to be a current one. The Pin option is usually applied as a temporary measure to test the behavior of an older version of a procedure. If you find that changes you made in your code are introducing more problems than they are solving, you can use the Rollback function to return to an earlier version of the code. Note that all newer versions will be deleted. My favorite option is Diff. It compares two versions of a file. To use it:
1. Select two versions of a stored procedure (for example, version 2 and version 3)
in the History window. You can select multiple versions by pressing the CTRL key and then clicking them.
2. Click the Diff button. The Difference Options dialog box appears.
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3. This dialog box lets you specify parameters for comparing files. If you wish to
ignore case and white space, click OK to accept the defaults; Visual SourceSafe Explorer displays a window in which the differences between the two versions are highlighted (see Figure 11-5).
Figure 11-5
File differences in Visual SourceSafe Explorer
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Labels and Versions
You have probably realized by now that the term version in Visual SourceSafe does not actually correspond to the concept of version (or release) that we generally think of when we consider software. A Visual SourceSafe version actually corresponds to a change in the source code. You should use labels in Visual SourceSafe to implement the equivalent of a release. You can apply the Label option from the main window of the Visual SourceSafe Explorer. You can select one or more files and/or one or more projects (folders). When you apply the Label option (File | Label), the Label dialog box appears and prompts you to specify the text of the label (your official release number, for example).
The current versions of all selected files will be labeled. Later, you can use these labels to collect the code that belongs to a particular version. This feature can be very important for supporting or testing the product. Even more exciting is the opportunity to view the complete history of a project (right-click the project folder and select Show History from the pop-up menu) and determine many historical facts about the project, such as which changes were performed on it after a particular release.
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