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Check in changes to the repository

Check in changes to the repository: Visual Studio Essential Training: 10 Protecting Your Code Base with Source Control Providers
Check in changes to the repository: Visual Studio Essential Training: 10 Protecting Your Code Base with Source Control Providers

This tutorial examines how to perform a check-in of changesets to the repository. The changes that you make to the solution files on your developer computer are stored in your workspace as a pending change until you perform a check-in operation. Examples of changes are; adding or deleting files and folders, renaming items, editing file content and moving items to new locations within the solution. When you check in your changes, they are stored as a changeset on the server.

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A: A new video was added that provides notes for Visual Studio 2017 developers.

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