I have a .NET solution open that I want to push to production from.
I've scripted all the tables and stored procedures, and have it all set
up nicely in source safe.
NET names the stored procedure files .PRC, yet when I go to save the
file into a new directory (production in order to check in the new copy)
it wants to insist on using .SQL. If I thought it would be this much
hassle, I would have made them all .SQL in the first place.
Does anyone have any bright ideas/registry hacks/etc to make .NET let me
save the .PRC/.TBL/whatever files exactly as they are?
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