Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 MSSCCI Provider 32-bit

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Enables integrated use of Team Foundation Version Control with products that do not support Team Explorer integration.

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1/10/2014
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by SaythGyn | August 20 2013

How can I Add file as Link?
The same way I can do in Visual Studio .Net.
Is there any solution for this cenario?

by Jangid | September 13 2011

by Vladimir Cvajniga | August 28 2011

With MS Access 2007 CZ: too many bugs, missing documentation for A2007, no support in Czech Republic.

by John L. Adams | June 09 2011

Excellent resource. Enabled a third-party app (LabView) to connect to our TFS 2010 instance.

by Tumatawhero | March 08 2011

Also works with Access 2003!

by Reed Shilts | January 13 2011

Also works with PowerBuilder.NET 12.5.
On my Windows 7, 64bit machine.

by Mladen Mihajlovic | December 14 2010

by Rob Swierczynski | October 22 2010

This is an excellent tool, currently we are using it to migrate our VB6 code base to TFS 2010.

by CL2837882 | June 09 2010

by NepTunic | June 02 2010

by El Bruno | April 25 2010

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  • Files being deleted
    1 Posts | Last post January 19, 2011
    • One of my team members is reporting that MSSCCI Provider when used with Visual Basic 6 is deleting project files on local file system without permission.
      
      What can it be? How to fix this?
  • 64bit support
    1 Posts | Last post November 19, 2010
    • I have a 64bit application that has MSSCCI support.  Will this provider work with it? I see it detects it, but the logon command does nothing. Is it possible to get a 64bit version compiled of this tool?
  • Can't install MSSCCI Provider under Windows 7 with Visual Studio Premium 2010
    3 Posts | Last post November 15, 2010
    • Hello,
      
      when trying to install, I always get the following error:
      
      Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Team Explorer or its tools are not installed or registered. Please install or repair your Team Foundation Client Installation.
      === Logging stopped: 10.09.2010  17:00:07 ===
      
      What can I do?
      
      Thanks.
      
    • I am experiencing the same issue.  I use VS 2010 Premium on Windows 7 32 bit.  I have VB6.0 SP6 installed as well
    • It's not that the tools are not installed or registered, its that the msi does not have access to the registry.  If you global policy doesnt allow registry access to the unelevated credential, the msi cannot read the registry to determine if VS 2010 is actually installed.  If the error text had said something along the lines of "Setup cannot access the registry or access has been denied.", that might of pointed everyone down the right path.
      
      If your group policy allows turning off UAC, do that and run the setup again (which will have the elevated privs) and the installation proceeds as normal and successfully completes.  Just remember to turn it back on.
      
      Hope that helps!
  • Power Builder
    1 Posts | Last post November 10, 2010
    • it works with Power Builder prior to version 11.5?
  • Team Foundation With VB 6.0 over TS W2K3
    2 Posts | Last post October 22, 2010
    • Hi, I just want to setup a development environment for VB 6.0 Team.
      
      I install the tool, but only the installer can see the Tool->Team Foundation option in VB 6.0
      Even if I reinstall the application to ALL USERS.
      
      Do you have any idea of how can I enable multi user acceso to this tool in VB 6.0
      over TS on Windows 2003.
      
      Best Regards,
      
      JAT
    • The "Illegal characters in path." error is not specific to VC6sp6.  I see the same error when trying to access TFS 2010 from SQL Server 2008's BI environment.  I believe it has something to do with the namespaces defined for Visual Studio.  It seems to be more troublesome when there are both users from Visual Studio 2010 looking at files when they are also being seen from a previous version.  If I were to guess, it would be that the VS 2010 has preferred checkout status and it interfere's with the ability of a previous version to be recognized by TFS.
  • Is there a way to integrate...
    1 Posts | Last post September 21, 2010
    • ...with dreamweaver? A plug in or something? We are thinking of getting tfs.
  • Filename is missing extension .msi
    2 Posts | Last post September 01, 2010
    • Hi.
      
      When I download the file with Firefox I get the filename Visual.
      Make sure you add the extension .msi to run it.
    • Hi,
      
      when I use VC6sp6 to open the source code I migrated in TFS 2010, it will give me error message like illegal characters in path, I can not get any files to my local. does someone know the reason/
      
      Ngcc
  • Team Foundation With VB 6.0 over TS W2K3
    1 Posts | Last post August 25, 2010
    • Hi, I just want to setup a development environment for VB 6.0 Team.
      
      I install the tool, but only the installer can see the Tool->Team Foundation option in VB 6.0
      Even if I reinstall the application to ALL USERS.
      
      Do you have any idea of how can I enable multi user acceso to this tool in VB 6.0
      over TS on Windows 2003.
      
      Best Regards,
      
      JAT
  • Will this be updated to 1.3 of the MSSCCI spec?
    1 Posts | Last post August 17, 2010
    • It would be good to have SccPopulateDirList.
  • Branch VS 2003 projects
    1 Posts | Last post August 09, 2010
    • I've branch VS 2003 projects using TFS 2010, but when I open VS 2003 projects using MSSCCI provider the references to the projects in the .sln file are still referencing to the original location.  Is there a way to go around this?
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