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Hi all! I was approached by our chief database developer to ask the following question (he's not quite as firm with CVS himself): Does anyone know of any tools available that could ease version management of (MS) SQL Server sources? Our apps are for a large part written as stored procedures and triggers. Currently the way is to initiate an export to files and check those files into CVS. We use Enterprise Manager's built-in Generate SQL Script function to create one script per object (over 900 in our biggest app). This is rather tedious and error-prone and not really as "two-way" as we'd like it to. Is there maybe a tool or script that could be plugged right into Enterprise Manager? How do others handle this? So far, all I've found are either descriptions of what we're already doing or plugins for VSS. Does maybe anyone know of a general SCC-plugin which we could then connect to CVSNT via Igloo? Cheers, -- Oliver ---- ------------------ JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)