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VSS Interview Questions
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How to Save a Package as a Separate File?

719

How to See Checkout Status of Elements?

730

How to Check Out for Updating?

741

How to Check In Changes?

797

How to Undo a Checkout?

757

How to Add Related Documents to Version Control?

733

How to Update Version Control Settings for a Project?

758

Where can I find a list of known bugs in VSS?

749

What was fixed by Service Pack 3 for Visual Studio?

710

Is VSS Y2K compliant?

729

VSS System Capacities — database/file sizes, number of users?

730

VSS performance is extremely slow?

755

How can I put revision history information in the source files each time I check in a file?

686

What are the tips for getting keyword expansion working?

847

Are there any third party articles which compare VSS with other source code control products?

726


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How can I archive old projects or old versions of current projects?

812


How to Put an Existing Model under Version Control?

680


Are there any patches available for problems that occur when using VSS on a Novell share?

689


When any person create a new file in the project, he will add it to the Source Control System in the correspoding to folder. This process is called "Checkin". Most of the source control systems provide a windows explorer like user interface. You can checkin files in different ways: 1. Drag and drop files from windows explorer to appropriate folder in source control explorer. 2. Go to appropriate folder in source control system, right click on the folder name and select 'Add Files'. This will launch a file browser which will allow you to select files. 3. Integrate with Visual Studio - most source control systems are integrated with Visual Studio when you install their client software. This is the easiest way to work with source control systems. When you right click on any file in the Solution Explorer in Visual Studio, it will give you the option to checkin or checkout files. After you add (checkin) a file to source control , the file is "controlled" by source control system. If anybody want to change the file (including the person who created the file), he has to "checkout" the file from Source control. When you checkin a file to source control, it will make the file in your computer 'Read only' so that you cannot edit it. This is to remind you that the file is controlled by source control system. You can add new files to source control, but you cannot checkin an existing file unless you have checked out that file.

1910


Is VSS 5.0 compatible with a 4.0 database? Do I have to upgrade all users to the new version? What about 6.0?

661






What are Package Files?

716


How can I lock and unlock the VSS database prior to running Analyze or backing up the database?

821


What is Merge Conflicts?

784


How to Update Version Control Settings for a Project?

758


Does VSS OLE Automation support administrative functions?

911


How do I get deleted files (not permanently deleted)?

657


How do I get all users out of VSS in order to perform a backup?

682


Is there a way to automatically increment/synchronize my project build number and my VSS label/version?

746


How do I pin all the files within a project?

766


How do I find all changes between two dates?

772