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Rodney Vinyard - .NET & SQL Developer When all is said and done, more will be said than done Visual Source Safe
Visual Studio Access to bin folder denied.
If you start a Visual Studio VB/C# project and put into VSS, Visual Studio will not automatically include the bin folder in VSS. Conversely, some project managers like to add the bin folder to VSS, so that it is easier to keep a version of third-party components/DLLs “together with” the source code. When you are in Visual Studio, and you get the latest version of a Project from VSS: "access to pdb/d When the bin folder is in Visual Source Safe, When you do a Rebuild, you will see an error/warning ......

Posted On Thursday, September 6, 2007 12:42 AM

Visual SourceSafe 2005 - Sharing and Branching
Visual SourceSafe 2005 - Sharing and Branching Rodney’s Walk-through: Create a VSS Database Menu -> Open SourceSafe Database Observe list of databases previously opened Click add Button; observe Wizard “Create a New DB” Browse to a folder location Choose a DB name Pick Copy-Modify-Merge Model Finish wizard. In Windows Explorer, observe new folders & files: Open your new database. Create a “Test Source Project To Be Branched” in VSS. In VSS, right-click a node, (perhaps the $\ root node) under ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 22, 2006 8:57 AM

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