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2012-12-21 
Major update of SVN SCC plug-in - versions 1.7.2 are finaly released

2012-12-21 
Major update of SVNCOM version 1.7.2 are finaly released

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SCC Dispatcher

( SCC Dispatcher )
Type: Public Status:Closed Created: 25 Feb 05 02:00 Updated: 25 Feb 05 02:00
--> Igor Pushkov (admin)  at 25 Feb 05 02:00 writes

The dispatcher has works as virtual SCC provider. It has its own name.
That's because VS .NET notifies you. However you can one time agree
with this and then check-in files. Provider name mean nothing for VS
.NET, it just control for some reason it.
About server binding. We not know (i.e. it is not described in API)
function that return this information to IDE. We will check what logic
is used to retrieved that. It may be chance that IDE check the
provider name, and if it is SourceSafe just looks at some file in the
disc. If so, nothing can be changed. Only one thing that we can make
is to use "masquerade". I.e. add option which configure which name
will have dispatcher for IDE.
I will put accepted status to your ticket. We will notify you when we
will make something with this issue.
--> Eric (user)  at 25 Feb 05 02:00 writes

Hello,

Some weird effects after installing the scc dispatcher.
I use CVS (push ok plugin) and Visual SourceSafe.
After installing, the dispatcher wizard asked for what scc providers, I did
check my two installed scc providers.
After this I opened my VSS solution, I did select VSS as provider.
--> He wants to checkout my solution with the message : Change scc provider
->... (I don't remember the exactly message anymore :-( )
I did permit this the first time, but every time I want to open this
solution, he wants to checkout....
I have another solution where he doesn't do that.
(The solution where he wants to checkout everytime is a solution with
webservices..., so there is a project into the solution who connects to IIS
when openening the solution. I don't know if this is important to you)
--> also, when I select the option : Change Source Control in Visual Studio
to see my bindings, I see that they are connected, but for the server
binding there is a message and for the status I have
unknown.
In normal situation I see the server bindings and a valid status.

cu,
Eric
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