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Post by deboeck » Wed Mar 24, 2004 8:28 am


Adding a project in Visual Studio and checking this project in Vault fails. The mssccprj.scc file is not checked in.
Procedure to reproduce the problem :

- make a solution in Visual Studio
- configure this solution for Vault
- add a new project in Visual Studio to this solution
- check in of the new project

Result :

- there is no mssccprj.scc file in Vault
- check out of the new project by another client fails

Does there exist a fix for this problem ?

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Post by corey » Wed Mar 24, 2004 8:57 am

The mssccprj.scc file should never be checked into source control. VS.NET excludes this file from Check In on purpose. That file can contain path information that is unique to each individual user and is not meant to be shared.

When the second user tries to retrieve the new project that was added to the solution, what error is given by VS.NET? Is the second user performing a recursive Get Latest from the solution root, or how are they attempting to retrieve the new project?