How do I add source control in Visual Studio 2017?
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Then, how do I add a solution to Visual Studio source control?
In the Solution Explorer, right-click the solution name and select "Add Solution to Source Control" You may be asked to select the TFS server. Select the TFS Project to which you wish to add your solution. By default, the name of the solution folder should be the same as you are already using locally.
Secondly, what is source control in Visual Studio? A source control system, also called a version control system, allows developers to collaborate on code and track changes. Source control is an essential tool for multi-developer projects. Our systems support two types of source control: Git (distributed) and Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC).
Also question is, how do I open Source Control Explorer in Visual Studio?
Source Control Explorer is available in both Visual Studio 2013 and 2015, but isn't opened by default when working with a project managed in TFVC. You can open the Source Control Explorer window: From the Team Explorer home page (Keyboard: Ctrl + 0, H), choose Source Control Explorer. From the menu bar.
How do I remove a source control solution?
- Open the Visual Studio solution and unbind the solution and all projects from source control (from Files >> Source Control >> Change Source Control).
- Manually move the solution directory and its contents to a temporary directory outside of your TFS workspace.