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JBuilder 9 and Visual Source Safe

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Hello,
We are using JBuilder 9 and Visual Source Safe in our company. There is a problem. When th VSS DB update and I get the last version using VSS then when I want to make the project I get "No Target Path Defined" error. Any idea?

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Question by:Farzad Akbarnejad
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Make sure you have the path to your local copy defined properly and that this path is made properly available to JB
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I have local copy of project. Where I can check for availability of path to JBuilder?

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Well, let me say now that i've only used both pieces of software very slightly and a long time ago, so any help i can offer will be from 'first principles' mainly ;-)

>>Where I can check for availability of path to JBuilder?

Your Project properties should probably be the place to do this, which you should be able to get to through the menu
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Hi,
I will test your solution in office when I want to get next version of project from VSS DB. When I get "target path not defined" error I will check project properties.

I am in GMT +4:30 so my replies have delay.

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I considered project file properties. I left project file when I want to get last version so my settings keeped. I didn't get that error. Thanks

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