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code in netbeans to vss

 
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How to upload netbeans code into vss??I have a struts application and I need to put it into vss...



 
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That's too bad.

There's nothing different about putting a Netbeans project into VSS--just put the files there like any other bunch of files (but be wary of the IDE files themselves if there's anything machine-specific in them).
 
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There does not appear to be a VSS plugin for NetBeans. But you can always use the VSS client GUI to check your files in and out. And like David said, be careful not to check in user-configuration specific files.
 
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And make sure you back up your code because the "safe" part of the name is a little misleading. At least with the older versions.
 
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