TFS2010, SP1, VS2010 SP1 shell installed only to access the TFS library, no other cource control, target folder created with a get latest version. Then with this provider installed, I checked out files as needed using TFS Source Control Explorer. The problem is that to VB6, those files are still read-only. The source is branched from another path and the branch path shows as having the files checked out in VB6 when I invoke Tools -> Team Foundation ->Run Team Foundation. However if I try to create the project instead using the Create Project from Team Foundation, the branch is not visible, only the base folder is visible.
Normally, I would right click in VB6's Project Explorer and check out what I need. That is not an option with this provider installed. Should that option be visible?
I had edited vbaddin.ini to add the line VBSCC=3 immediately after installing the provider.
We have a need to build a custom plug-in to do basic source control operations like check-in, check-out, undo pending changes, get previous version, get latest, etc. for HyperServices IDE (NextAxiom). The files we are working with are basically just XML files. Any guidance on this? We have the HyperServices side handled as plugins have been developed for source safe and SVN already. Any gotchas, references, samples or anything at all are greatly appreciated. Since this team does MSSCCI, it seemed like a great place to ask :).
When I try to install the latest version I get the following error:
Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Explorer or its tools are not installed or registered. Please install or repair your Team Foundation Client Installation.
As per the system requirements I got everything.
OS: Windows 7
TFS: I got both VS 2008 and VS 2010 Team explorer. In addition I also have VS2010 Premium SP1 installed on my machine
.NET Framework: 4.0
TFS Server: 2010
Goal: Use TFS with SQL Server Management Studio 2008. I deal with lot of SQL projects then with .NET so this is really helpful instead of always checking in/out from VS 2010.
Please help us get this installed.
I get the same error too. This seems to be the only good info currently: http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/bce06506-be38-47a1-9f29-d3937d3d88d6 - but ironically, I already had MSSCCI installed! I'm guessing that's not the fix for you guys, but confirm anyway, open eg VB6 and check if its already there.
I am trying the TFS MSSCCI Propvider for the first time to control SSMS projects used to develop queries for SSRS reports. Every time I try and create a new project under source control I get the error message "Critical Error of Source Control Provider. Please retart IDE." and although the project is created, it is not added to source control.
If I then try and add the new project to source control from SSMS, I get the message "Check-in failed. Initialize Failed."
We're in the process of implementing TFS 2010 and it turns out there's a couple of legacy apps that are using VS 2006. Will the MSSCCI provider support that? If not, is there another alternative?
Hi, I was looking to use this provider to add SCM (we have TFS 2010) to an Access 2007 database. In installed the 2010 power tools, the MSSCCI Provider, both version 10.0.41206.0 and lastly the MS Access Developer Extensions 2007, version 12.0.4518.1113. It worked great for me. I was able to add the database to TFS. I was also able to recreate the database from TFS. It all worked great for me.
However, none of my co-workers can get this to work on their machines. I've had 3 co-workers, all installed the same 3 pieces of software I listed above, try to recreate the DB from TFS and even try to add it fresh into TFS. Both things cause Access to hard crash - giving a memory access violation (when debugging it). When creating from Team Foundation, it pulls down the objects for them and creates the database, but crashes before the db get's hooked to TFS. When attempting to add to TFS fresh, it extracts the objects into a folder, but crashes before adding them to TFS.
I've looked around for others with this issue but haven't found anyone.
Any help would be appreciated!
I just wanted to reply to this since I did discover the issue. Most of us have Office 2007 installed and 1 or 2 Office 2010 products, like Visio 2010 and OneNote 2010. What we discovered is the crash was happening on a 2010 dll even though this is 2007 Access. We ran the Diagnose option under Resources in Access Options and this found an issue and fixed it. After that, the TFS / Access 2007 source control worked. Note that you can break this again by launching a 2010 product again but then can be fixed using the Diagnose option again in 2007. It's weird, but that's what we found.
Has this been tested with PowerBuilder 12? Also, how soon in the future will there be a new release. My PowerBuilder team has been experiencing some issues with this version. Also, it would be extremely helpful to get my hands on a document explaining how to use TFS with Powerbuilder.
We currently use VSS for our source control and Web Methods has an integration that works with this. Is it possible that this might let that connect to TFS2010 through the MSSCCI? Has anyone else tried this?