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Last post Jun 11, 2010 06:22 AM by sknaiem
Dec 03, 2004 06:18 PM|LINK
Feb 10, 2006 09:15 PM|LINK
Apparently no one know how to do this...
Here is apost on Google Groups about it:
May 19, 2010 05:47 PM|LINK
The way it worked for me is that I selected a random folder that is inside the folder proposed by VS, in your case a random folder inside nav_1 and pressed ok. It then starts straight away pulling everything from source safe.
the web at http://localhost already contains a project. --> I agree this really pulls out the hair.
May 19, 2010 06:25 PM|LINK
Actually that random folder should be an empty folder created by us for the purpose.
Another way is to delete everything inside (in this case nav_1), then going to source safe and pulling only the solution file and project file, and then opening the solution, VS opens and pops up that same question: Set project location. Here you choose
the folder in focus: nav_1. Press Ok, and VS starts pulling the rest of the files.
the web at http://localhost already contains a project
Jun 11, 2010 06:22 AM|LINK
Answer to this problem is:
1.Intially delete the webapplication folder
2.Goto VS 2003 file menu and open SourceConytrol-->Open from SourceControl
3.Solution popup window will come and select that solution.Solution starts loading in Visual studio and in the folder which you set the path in VSS simultaneously.
4.Make sure that you have virtual directory created prior to doing all these things.
this solved my problem hope it works for you as well.