the current version seems to be in some form incompatible if used together with the access 2010 source code control plugin.
We use that plugin heavily to archive customer projects, but when trying to first time get a fresh access project from tfs 2013.2 into a local workspace, during which the access database is constructed by the plugin, we get the following message specific to the access 2010 scc plugin:
"Cannot create a new Microsoft Access database from this source code control project. It contains neither a Data and Misc. objects file nor a database name file."
Needlees to say that both files are indeed present in the local workspace after the get, but there seems to be some kind of interoperabilty issue between the access scc plugin and the msscci provider.
Switching back the former msscci provider version 12.0.60923.0 solves the issue immediately.
We are using version 14.0.4763.1000 of the access 2010 scc plugin.
Would be nice to see a solution for that problem, even though we know that the access plugin is somehow exotic and not commonly used.
Thanks, W. Andreas
w. Andreas, thank you for the info. I was having a similar issue pulling access database applications into VM's from TFS. Going back to provider version 12.0.60923.0 fixed the issue for me as well.
Thanks, L. Carter
Get the message 'Failed to create new database based on a Team Foundation project'. Currently using msscci provider version 12.1.00402.0
I'm looking for the previous version of TFS 2013 MSSCCI Provider (32 bit) version 12.0.60923.0
This should fix the issue as mentioned in http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/8d7daeb5-0d14-4434-93a0-346ea5c6081b/tfs-and-ms-access-new-from-sourcesafe-fails?forum=accessdev
I seem to be experiencing the same problem as the rest of you regarding Access 2010. Is there a location to download version 12.0.60923.0 of the MSSCCI Provider? I haven't been able to locate a copy of this version online. Thanks for any help you might be able to provide.
My TFS server's URL (as used by Visual Studio) is "http://server:8080/tfs".
The Add Team Foundation Server box in this addin only allows server name, port number and protocol.
How do I append the relative path, i.e. add "/tfs" to the URL?
OK. I found that if I connect to the TFS server in Visual Studio first, it shows up in SSMS. But when I try to open a solution from a folder where I know a solution exists, I get an error "There are no solution or project files in this location. Please select a different location."
I'm using SMSS 2014 and VS 2013.
We are getting the following message when we try to install MSSCCI onto Windows Server 2003 SP2 :
Microsoft visual studio 2013 team explorer or its tools are not installed or registered. Please install or repair your team foundation client installation.
Is this related to the server not having access to MS download site? Is there a stand-alone installer (offline installer) available?
We have a developer’s environment that uses Visual Studio 2013 with TFS 2013 as the backend. The computer operation system is a 64-bit Windows 8.1, and we are using SQL Server 2014 Developer Edition. I have downloaded the VS TFS 2013 MSSCCI Provider 32-bit and installed it on the machine. However, the plug-in did not show up in the SSMS Source Control Plug-in Selection option list.
Does anyone have the same problem? Is MSSCCI Provider compatible with SQL 2014? Are there any registry hacks? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
I receive the next message, anyone could connect this two?
TF31002: Unable to connect to this tem foundation server: (server). Team foundation Server Url: http://(server):8080.
Possible reasons for failure include:
- The team foundation server name, port number or protocol is incorrect.
- The team foundation server is offline.
- Password is expired or incorrect.
I know the URL, port and stuff are OK because I could connect to this server before the upgrade.