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Check-in error: Value cannot be null Parameter name: key

Posted on 2007-11-22
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Hi, every time I try to check in files (or sometimes when I 'View Pending Changes', I get an error 'Value cannot be null, parameter name: key).  This results in the file not checking in successfully.  Sometimes the error appears in a little message box, othertimes it is only visible in the output window.

I have tried uninstalling VS & TFS etc, and reinstalling, but the error is still there.  Anyone come across this and discovered a solution?  I'm doing my best to avoid reinstalling my machine...

Thanks in advance
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Found the solution ourselves - looks like the workspace gets corrupt.  We deleted the workspace and created a new one, and it's been fine since.
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