Source Safe is no longer supported by Microsoft (as far as I know) so why use it anyway (free or otherwise). Look at other source control alternatives, there's a lot of good, free, open source alternatives (SVN, Git, Mercurial, etc.).
I have a conflict while designing a tree, with each child has the option of getting deleted individually.
I have designed a tree view with say some 5 children to it, each having the option of getting deleted. At the same time for the whole tree view, I have the option of Saving the changes performed to the tree and Reset them to previous state.
I need a suggestion, is it wise to restore a deleted child, during the RESET of the tree view? I can foresee a design flaw in this.
I'm sorry, but you have picked the wrong forum to ask this question in - as it's about ASP, you should have chosen the ASP.NET forum.
Here are a couple of hints to help you make more productive use of the forums:
1. Pick the right forum to ask a question in. You are more likely to find subject matter experts if you pick the correct forum.
2. Try to make your question as complete as possible. One sentence is rarely enough to get a sensible answer, so try to add more information.