Visual Studio 2013 Solution File Question


I am unshelving a shelveset excluding sln file so that my existing .sln file is edited automatically, this is I am doing because the .sln file in shelveset does not appear correct to me.but opposite to my expectation I see the sln file is not showing me edited and the service project added by unshelve are also not visible.

I tried following: Clean Solution, Build Solution, Run solution, all are working fine and infact, the service project is also I am able to run which is not being shown.

What can be done so that sln file is edited accordingly and project is also shown in the solution,

please suggest.
Dinesh KumarAsked:
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
Open a new Visual Studio Instance, and start a new project. Unshelve the shelvset within this project. Now right-click on the project from within Solution Explorer, and select "Open folder in File Explorer" (should be toward the bottom of the list). When the Explorer window opens, copy the path from the address bar. Then go back to the original solution. Right-click the solution file from within Solution Explorer. Then select Add->Existing Project. In the dialog that appears, paste the path you copied into the "Filename" input box. Then add it.

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Dinesh KumarAuthor Commented:
Useful information:

File->Source Control->Advances->Change Source Control

I see there, they are in unbind state so I removed them.

later on I Just added them to the source control by right clicking.

now they were shown as binded.
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