How to integrate SourceAnywhere with Red Gate’s SSMS?

Please follow the steps below to integrate SourceAnywhere with Red Gate's SSMS:
(Note:
The process is based on SourceAnywhere 4.2. If you are using an
old version, please upgrade to the latest version first.)

1. Install SourceAnywhere COM SDK. You can download it here.

2. Back up SAWSCmd.exe located at the installation folder of SourceAnywhere.

3. Download?the ZIP file that contains a?new "SAWSCmd.exe" file and "Interop.SAWSSDKLib.dll" file from link below. Then, put?them to the installation folder of SourceAnywhere.
http://www.dynamsoft.com/download/Support/SAW/SAWS4.2/SAWSCMD.zip

4. Download SAWS.zip and unzip the file to
"C:\Documents and Settings\{username}\Local Settings\Application
Data\Red Gate\SQL Source Control 2\CommandLineHooks".
http://www.dynamsoft.com/download/Support/SAW/SAWS4.2/SAWS.zip

5. Modify SAWS.xml accordingly.

<CommandLine>"C:\Program Files (x86)\Dynamsoft\SourceAnywhere Client\SAWSCMD.exe" Server Port UserName pwd teamproject $/ get "($Message)" "" "($ScriptsFolder)" </CommandLine>

After modify, the parameters would look like this format:

<CommandLine> "C:\Program Files (x86)\Dynamsoft\SourceAnywhere Client\SAWSCmd.exe" 192.168.8.68 7777 Michael Abc123456 default $/ get "($Message)" "" "($ScriptsFolder)" </CommandLine>

The above lines are copied from SAWS.xml. "C:\Program Files (x86)\Dynamsoft\SourceAnywhere Client\SAWSCmd.exe" is the path of SAWSCMD.exe.

6.Open
Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio. Right-click on the database you
want to add to the source control. Choose "Link database to source
control".

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7. In the Link
to Source Control dialog box, choose More. Specify the location of the
working folder, and select SAWS as the current source control system.
Click Link to link the database to SourceAnywhere.

Now, you can right-click on the files in the database to add files/modifications to source control.