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VSS won't checkout files

Posted on 1998-12-08
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I want to checkout a project in VSS, it looks like it does everything successfully, but only show the vbp in the project window and none of the forms or modules. So I can't get to anything.
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Did you get a series of "Path not found errors" on opening your project?  If so you need to do a get latest on the project with the Recursive check box on.  
If not, the project would appear to be an empty shell.  You will need to ADD the files, forms etc back into your project.
(this is all assuming that you have clicked on the "+" sign next to the project in the Project Window and the forms etc really are not there)
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