liujj_xujj

1-From the Start menu, choose All Programs a Microsoft Visual Studio 2005a Microsoft Visual Studio 2005

2-From within Visual Studio, choose File a Open a WebProject¡­. Then Open a webproject in VSTS.

3-Right click on the project, and choose Property Page, display the property windows

4-Choose Reference, I find that some versions of references are auto-update.

5-If the versions of reference is auto-update, In my project,the reference dll will has a refresh file. In my vsts, the refresh file is checking but my reference dll is not checkin

6-The other workmember will not find the reference dll ifrom our vsts

Why How can I do Who can help me

How can I modify the version of the reference in webproject from auto-update to the fixed version.

Thanks



Re: Team Foundation Server - Version Control In VSTS, how to modify the version of the reference in webproject by asp.net2.0 designed

liujj_xujj

My references dlls are in webproject Bin derictory¡£

Add these dlls in Bin£¬ these dlls are not add to VSTS¡£ only .refresh file add to VSTS. Why£¿

Who can help me





Re: Team Foundation Server - Version Control In VSTS, how to modify the version of the reference in webproject by asp.net2.0 designed

liujj_xujj

1-Why Some file can add in vsts by source control , but can't add in project

2-Why some Reference dlls add in vsts by source control in bin directory, but if I add the dll to reference , these dlls will be deleted by source control , the refresh file add in.

who can help me Thank you all.

Worried





Re: Team Foundation Server - Version Control In VSTS, how to modify the version of the reference in webproject by asp.net2.0 designed

Ben Ryan - MSFT

I believe this is "by design". The refresh file tells the solution where to pull the DLL from if the local copy of the DLL is missing or out-of-date. Since you are telling the solution that you want to pull the most up-to-date copy of the DLL from some external source, Visual Studio does not put the file under version control. The .refresh file is put under source control because it is essential to being able to locate the auto-update reference DLL.

If another user is having trouble with the auto-update reference, then it may be that the referenced DLL needs to be put on a file share and referred to using the file share path (e.g. \\<machine name>\SharedDlls\MyDll.dll).

--Ben Ryan






Re: Team Foundation Server - Version Control In VSTS, how to modify the version of the reference in webproject by asp.net2.0 designed

liujj_xujj

Thank you very much.