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  1. #41
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    So I've been able to sort out how BC is changing the Workspace definition on the TFS server. I'm using a TFS 2010 server, with the 2013 MSSCCI provider.
    In VS, define a TFS workspace that has a structure something like the following:

    $/Root/Directory/Branch1 -> C:\Projects\Branch1
    $/Root/Directory/Branch2 -> C:\Projects\Branch2

    In BC, select that workspace. Then select:
    $/Root/Directory -> C:\Projects

    Then go look at the workspace in VS again. It will look like the second one, rather than the first one.

    Is it possible to query the provider for the TFS workspace definition and automatically handle the mapping?

  2. #42
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    Hello,

    Thanks for the information. Are you using the 2013 MSSCCI provider b/c you also need it to interface with a 2013 TFS server? Usually we see these in pairs (2010 to 2010).
    Aaron P Scooter Software

  3. #43
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    I can no longer remember why I am using 2013, but I think it had something to do with it resolving some annoyance or other that was present in the 2010 provider. I just realized this is a BC3 forum, and I'm using BC4, and there is a BC4 version control forum, so I guess I'll follow up there, if there is any more follow up to do.

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