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Check out problem in VSS Commandline

Hi,
I am using VSS through CommandLine. I have a problem in Checking Out a file.
Whenever I invoke the following command,
"SS Checkout File2.txt -YAdmin "
the file gets checked out to the current directory other than the working
directory in the VSS. How can I checkout the file to a desired directory?
How can I specify the Current Working Folder path through CommandLine?
Please help. Urgent.
Many Thanks.
-Imaya
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Probably the easiest way is:

cd \my\desired\directory
SS Checkout File2.txt -YAdmin

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Hi,
I am using VSS through CommandLine. I have a problem in Checking Out a
file.
Whenever I invoke the following command,
"SS Checkout File2.txt -YAdmin "
the file gets checked out to the current directory other than the working
directory in the VSS. How can I checkout the file to a desired directory?
How can I specify the Current Working Folder path through CommandLine?
Please help. Urgent.
Many Thanks.
-Imaya

Jul 21 '05 #2

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