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How to share a project across mutiple source dafe databases



Hi all,

We have three web based applications (A, B and C) and they are kept on
different source safe database say SourceSafeA, SourceSafeB and
SourceSafeC respectively. A solution contains aa class library project
which is contained in SourceSafeA and B solution contains bb class
library project which is contained in SourceSafeB.

Now what I would like to do is I would like to add aa and bb class
libraries to C solution as projects. So wherever I change these class
libraries (aa, bb), the latest version should be kept in one location.
In addition, I would like to be able to debug aa or bb any projects
where they are used.

How do I do that?

When I try to add aa or bb to C project, it says "Only one database
connection at a time is supported" then I say "Ok" then it asks "The
database is unavailable. Would you like to disable source control
integration?" then I say "No" then it says I should work disconnected???

Thanks a lot.

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