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Creating id's in Visual Source Safe thro' Visual Basic

Posted on 1999-07-02
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Last Modified: 2013-11-25
Can we creat login id's and passwords for new users in
Visual Source Safe 5.0 through Visual Basic 6.0 code ?

If yes , then how ?
Question by:amol_mendhi
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ID: 1521678
I am working on a project which is using Visual Basic as a
front end. We use Visual Source Safe 5.0 for Configuration MAnagement. Being the Configuration MAnager, I need to
create login -id's and passwords for new members joining the
project in Visual Source Safe so that the users can directly check-in or check-out the files. I can do it directly in
Visual Source Safe. But I want it to be done through
Visual Basic using the exposed objects.

Can I do that? If yes then how ??

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BeedleGuis earned 300 total points
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Author Comment

ID: 1521680
Thanks for the help.

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