Some background in case it matters:
The evaulation machine is my old development machine running Windows 2003 server standard, VS 2003 and 2005, SQL Server 2000 and 2005 installed as well. Vault 3.5.1 client and admin tool were installed but I uninstalled them prior to installing Fortress 1.0.1
Question - does Fortress work in VS 2003? I assume it does but want to make sure.
The installation seemed to run without error so I used the admin tool to create a new repository.
In VS 2005 I created a new project, added some files and then checked it into the new repository. So far so good.
I then tried various things such as checking out and checking in files and that all seemed to work well. I noticed keyword expansion was not working so I used the admin tool to enable that for all repositories.
Later in the day I tried to access the project through the IDE and I got an access denied error. Is there anything that would prevent you from being logged in through the VS 2005 IDE and the Admin tool at the same time?
This morning I opened the project and noticed it was no longer bound in source control. Right clicking on the project file give me a single option "Unbind" so I selected that. Now if I try to readd the project to source control or perform any sort of source control action on the project I receive the error shown in the screen capture. Also the log showing the error is below as well.
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6/18/2007 7:30:07 AM <generic>: Assertion failed: at SourceGearLLC.VaultVsipClient.VaultCommandAdd.Perform() at SourceGearLLC.VaultVsipClient.VaultVsipClient.Exec_icmdAddToVault(Object sender, EventArgs e) at System.ComponentModel.Design.MenuCommand.Invoke() at System.ComponentModel.Design.MenuCommand.Invoke(Object arg) at Microsoft.VisualStudio.Shell.OleMenuCommandService.Microsoft.VisualStudio.OLE.Interop.IOleCommandTarget.Exec(Guid& guidGroup, UInt32 nCmdId, UInt32 nCmdExcept, IntPtr pIn, IntPtr vOut) at Microsoft.VisualStudio.Shell.Package.Microsoft.VisualStudio.OLE.Interop.IOleCommandTarget.Exec(Guid& guidGroup, UInt32 nCmdId, UInt32 nCmdExcept, IntPtr pIn, IntPtr vOut)