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Recursive checkin with add on command line

Recursive checkin with add on command line

Recursive checkin with add on command line

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I'm writing a batch script with VSS command line syntax to recursively add and checkin files to a central SourceSafe database within our organisation. The ADD works fine and I use the -K option to checkout the file after adding, so that later I can checkin the project without having to do a checkout. CHECKIN works fine for those files that were in the project during the original ADD. Any new files that have been added to the project do not get checked in to the project. Does anyone know of an option to the command line checkin command that will allow me to checkin files to a project whilst at the same time adding new files.

Thanks for your help

Bruce

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