We have our own IDE and want to integrate TFS with it.
I am using TFSMSSCCI provider and have also installed Visual Studio 2012 Team Foundation Explorer as TFS client
I am able to connect, add files, check in, check out, to/from TFS. When I disconnect from TFS using our IDE, TfsMsscciSvr.exe does not stop. Thus, causing the IDE process to run in background.
Is there any way by which I can stop the TfsMsscciSvr.exe process and shutdown my IDE gracefully.
We are doing an assessment to see if the mainframe components hosted in workbench and tracked through version, can be integrated into TFS 2010. I have been trying to get to discussions, which did not provide information on this item. If anyone can provide some direction around this it would be very helpful.
We are using TFS 2010 for our source control and have some older projects that still use VS 2003. We can connect to source control and check in and check out but we cannot see when another user has a file checked out in the Solution Explorer in 2003. We can open VS 2010 and go to source control explorer to see this but some users are not using VS 2010. Is there a setting we can change or is this feature not supported? The icon does change if a user has a file checked out on their current workspace so some statuses do come through fine.
just got the MSSCCI Provider for plsql developer (vcs). Oracle 11g.
i have setup the folder structure in TFS like the below
Basically the TFS project folder location is set to $SigmaProject/SigmaProduct in plsql developer VCS. The problem is if i check in a package that belongs to "Parts" its directly mapping to root folder SigmaProduct in TFS.
Any file that i check-in goes to root folder. it doesn't work like asp.net folder way..
what is the problem here? am i doing something wrong? is it something problem with TFS 2012 msscci provider compatibility with plsql developer
any help is really appreciated... it is important that we need to keep the packages checked-in with respect to folder structure in TFS rather than everything at root level. any workaround?
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.