The project appears to be under source control, but the associated source control plug-in is not installed on this computer. Source control will be disabled for this project.
Hi EveryoneNot sure if this is the right forum to post this on but here goes anyway.I have a project built in VS2003. I would like to open this with VS2008. It was created by another company and we have been asked to modify the project. When I open the project it comes up with a message "The source control provider associated with this solution could not be found. The projects will be treated as not under source control.This makes a large amount of the project unavailable. How do I stop this and view the whole project? Rob"Man is the best computer…and the only one that ...working with source control
Hi To all ,
It's first Time that iam working with source control ,
befire i have pb5 and now pb8 ,
we have 5 developers and we wan't to work with source
how can we do that ?
Have a look at the powerBuilder users guide.
You can find it on the Sybase website :
The info you need is in "Part 1: The PowerBuilder Environment / Chapter 3
Using Source Control".
You might as well check the "sybase.public.powerbuilder.source_control"
newsgroup for more info.
&...Branching in source control
i am aware of the concepts invloved with branching
what i want to know is anyone using branching in powerbuilder ?
does it work well with powerbuilder due to the nature of pbl's containing
compiled code (will it be safer if I do a full build if i merge branches
any feedback or advice here would be good
...powerbuilder source control
We would like to use Team foundation server as source control for
Is there some documentation how to use this.
There is an SCC interface available for TFS. After that, from the
PowerBuilder perspective, it is no different than working with any other SCC
"ontsnapt" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> We would like to use Team foundation server as source control for
> Is there some documentation how to use this.
>...Powerbuilder Source Control Setup
we are using Powerbuilder in a team development environment using
The setup is the same as in PB6 anf before - one central set of
libraries on the server and working libraries locally. This
is the same as the recommended setup for PB7 <= 5031.
In the document "Powerbuilder Source Control Recommended Setup" I found
on the Sybase site a new kind of setup supported by
pb7 7017 and above.
Can someone explain me this setup, esp. by using VisualSourceSafe, more
in detail? Which kind set of object I have to register? How
to deal with the ...Source control, branching/merging
We have PB6.5 in our shop (planing to migrate to PB8.3 sometime this
year) and we have 3+ developers maintaining/developing the applications.
Currently we are using ObjectCycle on some applications for source
At present we manually manage object sign out sheet when objects get
assigned to developers. When developer is finished with the object then
the next person can work with it. This creates huge waiting lists and
bottleneck for the objects. We need to have multiple developers working
on the same object and when DeveloperA is done with his change we to
merge DeveloperA ch...Source Control
This is implemented in a most stupid fashion. If my VPN goes down because the dodgy Kolkata hotel wi-fi drops out then Visual Studio locks up and tells me it can't comm with the TFS server, which is fine except sometimes it gets an some sort of loop and just won't stop looking for the TFS server (but that's a seperate issue).Under File | Source Control there is no 'Work Offline' menu item. There damn well should be. Presently the only way to get into offline mode is close the solution, reopen it, wait a minute for VS to realise the TFS server aint there and then you given...PowerBuilder & Source Control
We have found that when moving from PowerBuilder 7 build 10047 (or lower) to
PowerBuilder 7 build 10069 (or higher) that we have a problem interacting
with our datawindow objects which are under source control with Microsoft
Visual SourceSafe 6.0.
From the library painter, one can select a registered object and request,
"Compare Differences..." which of course should let you know if the object
in your pibble and the object in the source control database have any
differences. Normally, when the object is checked in and sitting on the
network baseline, one would cert...Visual Source Control integration with Source Control (Beta 2)
Our team of ten developers currently uses Visual InterDev 6.0 for website development. Our development server runs FrontPage server extensions that integrate nicely into Microsoft Source Control. All developers can work of one common server, we check out files as we need, and check them back in when we are done so that we don't cross over each others work. This system has worked out very well for us and we are trying to duplicate this setup with 2005 Visual Studio Beta 2.
It appears that the same or similar tools are available in 2005 Beta 2, but I have not be...File-->Source Control-->Open From Source Control
Just switching over to VS 2005 and in older versions I would always do:
File-->Source Control-->Open From Source Control
in order to open a new project that was located in Visual Source Safe. However, now the option is:
File-->Source Control-->Launch Microsoft Visual Source Safe
I want to know how to use the new options to get and open a solution from Visual Source Safe using VS 2005. Thanks...Source Control: problem with projects/files auto added to source control
I have library projects that are in source control. Others projects, more personnal projects, are not (including my solution .sln). However, everytime I create a new personal project (lets say a windows application project to help me test a library project), Visual studio automatically try to add the project in the source-control. As long as the project is created in a solution that contains a project in the source control, visual studio takes the initiative of adding entries in my pending changes list: "add project.csproc". From there, I have to go to that...PB8 source control interface not working at all?
I dare to repost my problem cause I don't have any idea and can't
believe I'm the only one who run into this issue...?
PB 8004 on W2K SP2
Source control systems Visual Sourcesafe 6 and CVS 1.2 w/ Jalindi Igloo
- I generated a new project in VSS, set up the users and rights
- Copied PBLs of an existing project to a trial directory
- Made a new workspace there with a new target from the existing app
- Set up the source control props for the workspace with the working
directory pointing to the one used so far
- Connected to VSS successfully
- Added the...PowerBuilder 9.X Source Control
Hello to all. Wondering if I can post a question. We just
upgraded to PB9 & trying to figure out how to best take
advantage of PB's new Source Control.
Where can I find some documents, white papers, or
documentation on how to use Source Control in PB9? Would
appreciate the help. Thank You.
Start with these articles... Many folks have commented that they were
helpful in understanding the SCC changes in PB8 and 9.
<Al> wrote in mes...Powerbuilder 9.0
With our current setup, we keep all application PB objects
on a shared server(call it W:\Development). We check out
from there to the developers local(C) drive, finish work and
check back in to W:. We currently use 7.0 and we are in the
process of migrating over to 9.0. With 9.0, it seems when
I check out an object to my local, the object on the shared
W drive doesnt show that it is checked out, and can be
Is there any source control security to protect the shared
workspace on the W:\? If someone has an object checked out
locally, you can still go and make a change t...