The approach I reccomend is to get the latest config files locally and then merge the latest changes to those file in TFS.
Sitefintiy can also store config files in the database
, however this is only available fully on newly created projects. When configuring database storage for a project where the configs are already in the file system newly created configs will be written in the database.
Fully moving the configs to the database is not supported,
e. We have not tested this, you could try migrating the configurations manually. However, you might need to keep the SecurityConfig.config and DataConfig.config in your file system.
You should make a backup of your project and database before trying this. Change the project to use database configurations and try migrating the rest of the configurations using the following script:
-- Change the DB name and schema!
[id], [app_name], [path], last_modified, dta
'<workflowConfig useExternalEndpointOnWindowsAzure="True" />'
The values are:
- id - A random Guid.
- app_name - The name of your application.
- path - The name of your configuration file.
- dta - The data in your configuration. You could copy the xml from the file and paste it here.
All the best,
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