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Joined: Mon Dec 20, 2010 2:09 pm
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I have created two repositories, R1 and R2, and two solutions in Visual Studio, S1 and S2. I have source control configured so the Visual Studo projects are bound to their respective repositories:

R1 <--> S1
R2 <--> S2

The issue I'm having is when I close S1 and open S2, Visual Studio seems unable to remember that the projects in S2 are bound to R2, giving me the message:

Project...not found. The project may have been deleted, renamed or moved. Do you want to select a project from the server?

If I open, rebind all S2 projects to R2, close, and then open S1, the same thing happens.

I tried creating a profile for each repository and using the appropriate profile when setting up the bindings, but that didn't work.

Any suggestions or workarounds would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.



Joined: Tue Mar 08, 2005 12:23 am
Posts: 1315
Hi Spn,

It's a known flaw of SourceAnywhere Hosted and will be fixed in the coming SourceAnywhere Hosted 3.0. The new version will be available within 3 months.

As an workaround, you can use "Open from Source Control" to open S2 from SourceAnywhere Hosted when you close S1. The option "Open from Source Control" can be found at Visual Studio|File menu|Source Control.

Also, please let me know if you need a hotfix before the release of SourceAnywhere Hosted 3.0. I will forward your request to our development team to see if they can work out an internal version for you.


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