Vault (version control system)

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Developer(s) SourceGear LLC
Initial release 2003; 15 years ago (2003)
Stable release
7.2[1][2] / May 28, 2014; 4 years ago (2014-05-28)
Operating system Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 (Client only), Vista, Windows 7, 8, Windows Server 2008, 2008R2, 2012
Platform CLI
Type Revision control
License Proprietary commercial software

Vault is a commercial, proprietary version control system by SourceGear LLC which markets its product as a replacement for Microsoft's Visual Source Safe.

Vault uses Microsoft SQL Server as a back end database and provides atomic commits to the version control system.

The tool is built on top of Microsoft .NET.

Fortress, originally an application lifecycle management (ALM) product marketed separately for use with Vault, was later merged into Vault releases.[3]

Third party products have been designed to be integrated with Vault such as OnTime,[4] FogBugz,[5] TeamCity,[6] and SmartBear CodeCollaborator.[7]

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