This may be more of a SQL Server Management Studio question, but I couldn't find a SSMS forum...
I've got a database solution that contains several projects.ÃÂ They're just to keep track of changes to stored procedures, triggers, views, etc in a few databases I maintain.ÃÂ There is a problem with two of the projects though.ÃÂ No matter what I do, I can't seem to get them bound to source control right.ÃÂ When I open the solution, I get:
The project file is not bound to source control, but the solution contains source control binding information for it.
With two options, use solution binding and remove solution binding.ÃÂ If I keep the solution binding, everything works fine.ÃÂ But it's really annoying to have to deal with every time I open the solution.ÃÂ If I remove the solution binding, the projects are now unbound again.ÃÂ If I try to fix them (using the change source control or Add Selected Projects to Source Control options under the File->source control menu), I just end up in the same situation.ÃÂ I've even tried deleting the projects and re-creating them from scratch, then re-adding them to VSS.ÃÂ If I open the solution files in a text editor I can see the SCC tags in every project, but these two.ÃÂ Since I can't manually add the tags, and Management Studio itself
only seems to want to bind them the wrong way, I'
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