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Comnand line vss

Comnand line vss

Comnand line vss

(OP)
I am trying to use command line VSS to create a simple batch program that will let me do all my gets in the morning.  The problem is that when I do the ss <command> I always get a User <myusername> not found.  Even though I have done a set ssuser and also I can bring up the gui and see my user there.  Has anyone else seen this problem and if so how have they fixed it.

Ken

RE: Comnand line vss

Ken,

You might want to check that you don't accedently have multiple VSS databases.  Some people have been known to accendentlly install a DB with the client applications when they just want to connect to a server.

If you do have multiple databases you should make sure you are communicating through the command line to the correct one.

-Sean

RE: Comnand line vss

(OP)
Sean
     

Thanks.  Thats exactly what happened.  All I had to do was set a property to say which database to use and I was fine.

Ken

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