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Always automatic checkout of solution and project-files, but no difference

Posted on 2012-03-15
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Software: Visual Studio 2010 + Team Foundation Server standard

Hi,

everytime, when one of our developer loads a solution, the sln-file and all vcxproj-files are automatic checkout by the TFS, but there is no difference between the local file and the server file. When i try to checkin i got a prompt "There is no difference..."

We have a lot of project files and so it's confused to keep overview...

Any ideas? Tanks a lot!
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I found a workaround for me by...

editing the project files:

  <PropertyGroup Label="Globals">
    <ProjectGuid>{A4C9A794-8F61-4822-8CE8-A494E82E4CC1}</ProjectGuid>
    <RootNamespace>NAME</RootNamespace>
    <SccProjectName>SAK</SccProjectName>
    <SccLocalPath>SAK</SccLocalPath>
    <SccProvider>SAK</SccProvider>
    <SccAuxPath>SAK</SccAuxPath>
  </PropertyGroup>

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and editing the solution file:

SccLocalPath0 = .

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Hope this helps another people...
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