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VSS 6.0d Access 2002 - Problem

VSS 6.0d Access 2002 - Problem

VSS 6.0d Access 2002 - Problem

I have installed:
  VSS 6.0d on a server
  Have run Netsetup on my workstation
  Installed Office XP
  Installed Office XP Developer

  I have Vis Studio etc installed also

Patched everything I can find.

When I add my Access XP database to VSS it seems to do everything ok
  - Closes database and re-opens (presumably in Exclusive Mode)
  - Asks for Login
    (Have noticed however it accepts any password)
  - Asks for Project name etc

It seems then to have a think and go back to the database window.

I was expecting after reading the literature it would come up with Object dialog box.

Also the SourceSafe Tool Bar does not get any more options like I expected also.

(The Project does add into the database?)

Have I missed some critical setup somewhere?



RE: VSS 6.0d Access 2002 - Problem

Does your database have any startup code or startup forms? You may have to hold the shift key while access closes and reopens. Otherwise, I can't see what you could be doing wrong.

Best regards

RE: VSS 6.0d Access 2002 - Problem

I've get the same problem, same setup. If I find a solution I'll let you know.

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