[p4] Problem with P4SCC
leo at ccs.neu.edu
Wed Feb 8 13:25:24 PST 2006
Have you tried going to
Tools / Options / Source Control / Scc Provider / Advanced... / Connection
and picking "Bind to the workspace that matches your Perforce
environment settings" instead of "Show the Perforce Connection
On 2/8/06, Francis Paulin <francis.paulin at ubisoft.com> wrote:
> I've got some problems with the P4SCC and the bindings with Visual
> I'm using version of Perforce: P4/NTX86/2005.2/90475 (2005/12/13).
> I was working on a solution with several projects and if the .suo files
> of the solution were not present, it displayed for like 4-5 "Open
> connection" windows. It was weird that instead of only one window, I got
> 5 of them.
> Now I'm working on another big solution but now there is more then 20
> "Open connection", near one for each .vcproj.
> I tried to clear the binding automatically, it did not work.
> I tried to clear it manually from the .vcproj and the .sln, it did not
> I thought I found some clues about my problems here:
> http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms171339.aspx, but the problem
> is that I test also what Microsoft said about single-binding connection.
> The single binding was working properly, but the information was kept
> inside file MSSCCPRJ.SCC, and this file contains information about the
> name of my client spec. On Perforce web site it is mentioned to not add
> this file inside Perforce (and it's making sense since the file contains
> my client spec information), but if someone sync the solution localy and
> tries to launch it, the following error message will appear:
> "The solution appears to be under source control, but its binding
> information cannot be found. It is possible that the MSSCCPRJ.SCC file
> or another item that holds the source control settings for the solution,
> has been deleted. Because it is not possible to recover this missing
> information automatically, the projects whose bindings are missing will
> be treated as not under source control."
> Does someone know if it's possible to have a single-binding solution
> containing multiple .vcproj and avoid the problem related above?
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