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6.0d to 6.0c

6.0d to 6.0c

6.0d to 6.0c

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Hi, we use VSS at my workplace, we are starting to use StarTeam and have the ability to convert a VSS database into this new tool.  But it does not support version 6.0d (which is what we are using), I was wondering if there was any way to revert back to the 6.0c version.  Does anyone know how?  I do not have the official copy of the Software our IS section may have them??  But anyway if I can locate them will uninstalling and reinstalling revert the database back?

The issue came up when I tried to convert this databse and only one of the folders in the VSS database would not convert and the error log in the server for the StarTeam application says that access to these files is denied.  But not sure how to correct as you have to login as the Administrator to the VSS database to convert it into StarTeam.  I have run analyze but can't run the fix and analyze because somehow somewhere the database is thinking it is still open somewhere. I can't seem to flip the switch somewhere. Well I hope someone out there can help me.

thanks, Mary C. elkmont, AL

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