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> From: Torsten Martinsen [mailto:torsten at tiscali.dk] > Offtopic, but: I would recommend that you upgrade to the Corporate > edition of EA which enables you to store the model in a database, > thereby enabling concurrent development. +1. You gain concurrent development and the ability to roll back to a point in time (depending on your RDBMS - we're a small shop and use MSDE for this). > Since the .EAP files are binary > files anyway, you do not gain that much by keeping them in CVS. You lose - unless you keep only the central .eap in CVS, you risk losing changes. And if you keep only the central .eap, who checks it in and when? - Peter