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started a new VB 76.0 project and was able to check in/out files by right clicking on a module. A week later, source safe no longer appears to be integrated with my project. In order to a check a file out, I have to manually launch sourcesafe.

What could have caused this to happen, and is there a way to re-integrate sourcesafe with my project ?

RE: Now you see it, now you don't

You mssccprj.scc and/or vssver.scc file in your project directory could be corrupted or missing.  If VB doesn't see that the project is connected to source safe anymore, click on Tools-->Source Safe-->Add Project to Source Safe.

Give it the same directory and same project name as you did the first time.  It should recreate the needed sourcesafe files and not mess with the files that are already in there.  When you do this, it will give you a warning message that the project already exists.  Tell it that you want it to connect to it anyway.  This should re-establish your links.

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RE: Now you see it, now you don't

Thanks !

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