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VSS and Stored Procedure error

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I am trying to place Stored Procedures under the control of Visual
SourceSafe.

I right click on the Server Explorer\Data
Connections\ServerName\Stored Procedures and select Add to Source
Control.

In the following dialog box, I type the Source Control database
location (in UNC format) and the Source Control Project Name, and
finally the Comment.

When I click the OK button, I get another dialog with the title of
Source Control Login. It asks for a Login ID and Password, with "dbo"
pre-entered and selected in the Login ID textbox.

I can't figure out what this dialog wants. No matter what I type, I
get the following error:

ADO error: SourceSafe: The SourceSafe database path dbo does
not exist. Please select another database.

I thought I already answered the SS database stuff on the previous
window.

Any help? TIA
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi larzeb,

First of all, I would like to confirm my understanding of your issue. From
your description, I understand that you are having trouble when trying to
put stored procedures to a VSS server. If there is any misunderstanding,
please feel free to let me know.

Based on my experience, this dialog box requires a valid VSS username and
password. In this case, we just need to type a valid user in VSS (without
"dbo") and the stored procedure is added to the VSS server.

HTH.

Kevin Yu
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