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Sitefinity 3.2 Web Application to Solution (work from TFS)

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  1. pnp
    pnp avatar
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    20 Jul 2007
    09 Aug 2010
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    A client gave us their site in a Web Application. It is a sitefinity 3.2 website.
    We want to add all that content to a Project (.sln) file so we can work from TFS / have source control.

    Any tip regarding this?... how could we do this?

    Thanks in advance!..

  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    12 Sep 2017
    10 Aug 2010
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    Hi pnp,

    Below are several articles that describes how to achieve your task.

    You should have installed TFS and Team Explored. The users that are going to create a new TFS project should be members of the Team Foundation Administrators security group or have the server-level View server-level information and Create new projects permission set to Allow. Sitefinity works with TFS as each other solution that you will add there. The .sln file is created by Visual Studio when you add the project to it and then save it.

    All the best,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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