How to we keep track of our stored procedures using a source control system?

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We currently use SQL Server at our company and we're looking to find out if we should keep track of our stored procedures / database schema in our source control system. For example, when we make a change to one of our tables, how do the changes get into the source control? Thank you for your help!
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