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Re: Ms Access 2003 and Visual SourceSafe 6

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by VijayB, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. VijayB

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    Hi Richard,

    Maybe too late, but nevertheless.

    Please read the section:
    What if someone checks out some objects and then they leave on

    in the article

    After each merge, each time you want to checkin the merged files you
    will have to delete "Disable_UI = Yes" line from srcsafe.ini file.

    Each time you start MSAccess and open your project, this line is
    entered by MSAccess in srcsafe.ini

    - Vijay

    Richard wrote:
    > Hello People,
    > 1. I have created a new database from Ms Access in SourceSafe using
    > the integrated commands on Ms Access
    > ('Add database to VSS'). I then, from VSS Explorer, branch the tree
    > so that bug fixes can be done on the new branch
    > and the major development is done on the main branch. Having done
    > that I want to merge changes from the bug fixes
    > branch to the main branch. I get the diff merge tool as there are
    > conflicts, so far so good. Having decided what changes
    > I want to commint to the main branch I try to check-in the merged
    > file but.... how on earth do I check-in those changes.
    > VSS gives me error message stating that the project is an integrated
    > project and therefore I cannot check-in from withing
    > the VSS explorer. Should I understand that all bug fixes have to be
    > applied manually on the main branch?

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