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From "Liu, Kenneth Albert (Kenneth)** CTR **" <ken...@lucent.com>
Subject RE: VSSGET problems..
Date Tue, 06 Feb 2001 21:01:31 GMT
We have the VSS directory on the machine where our VSS repository is located
shared
under NT.  So in our build scripts we access the ss.exe located on that
machine
instead of the one on the local box.

You can run Ant in verbose mode (-verbose) to see exactly what command line
you are using.

Also make sure you are using the newest version of Ant, there were some
patches
applied to VSSGET since Ant version 1.2.  There is also a VSSLABEL task but
I don't think it's documented in the main Ant documentation.

Ken

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Duffey, Kevin [mailto:KDuffey@BUYMEDIA.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2001 3:42 PM
> To: 'ant-user@jakarta.apache.org'
> Subject: VSSGET problems..
> 
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> I wrote a while back on this problem and still seem to be 
> having it. I am
> trying to use the <vssget> command, and the syntax is 
> correct. However, when
> I run the script, I see the output box (DOS window that pops up) show
> VSSGET:  username:kduffey   and then it just hangs there. 
> Nothing shows up.
> It never returns. First..is a list of files supposed to be 
> displayed there
> if it gets any new files? Second, I set the SSUSER 
> environment variable,
> restarted my machine, etc..and it still keeps asing me for 
> the username. If
> I go to CMD (win2K) and I type in ss at the prompt, it also 
> asks me for the
> login name. When I enter my valid login name and my password, 
> it continues
> to tell me user does not exist. So, my thought here is that 
> for whatever
> reason, its not hitting the right VSS database, which is 
> located out on the
> network. We have client VSS installed for each workstation. 
> Any ideas on why
> this may be a problem and how to circumvent it?
> 
> Thanks.
> 

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