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WalterVanDerHeiden
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Pinned topic Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2012

‏2013-05-30T13:45:14Z | 2012 ms scc

Hi

We try to use Microsoft Foundation Server as Configuration Management System. We installed the MSSCCI (64bit) Interface. When we try to connect to the archive the dialog shows up but after a very short time, a window pops up with "This action cannot be completed because the other program is busy" Options are "switch-to" (which opens the start menu of Windows) Ignore (which doen't work, or cancel.

What do we do wrong

(Windows 7, Rhapsody 8, 

 

 

greetings

 

Walter

  • WalterVanDerHeiden
    WalterVanDerHeiden
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    Re: Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2012

    ‏2013-07-10T13:20:30Z  

    Hi All

     

    With the help of IBM Support (Heroes!) and Google (...) We solved it!

    Start the registry Editor (regedit.exe)

    Search for the Key HKLM\Software\SourceCodeControlProvider\ProviderRegKey

      This contains a value with the name of the registry Key of the TFS. (Example: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider)

    Then goto the Registry Key you just found. (Example HKLM/SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider)

    under that key you find a Settings Key

    then under that key create a new one called "Rhapsody" and under that a key called "RHAPSODY.EXE" without the quotes.

      Example: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider\Rhapsody\RHAPSODY.EXE

    under that key create a DWORD value called "issues" and give it value 0x1 (without quotes)

    Then restart Rhapsody and you will see that it works!

    I created a batch file that does this automatically. just start from the command line.

     

    HKLM = HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

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    Updated on 2013-07-11T09:25:38Z at 2013-07-11T09:25:38Z by WalterVanDerHeiden
  • shanz9903
    shanz9903
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    Re: Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2012

    ‏2013-05-30T15:47:32Z  

    What are your property settings? Eg: ConfigurationManagement::General::UseSCCtool

  • WalterVanDerHeiden
    WalterVanDerHeiden
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    Re: Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2012

    ‏2013-05-30T18:36:55Z  
    • shanz9903
    • ‏2013-05-30T15:47:32Z

    What are your property settings? Eg: ConfigurationManagement::General::UseSCCtool

    Yes

  • WalterVanDerHeiden
    WalterVanDerHeiden
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    Re: Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2012

    ‏2013-06-18T09:06:34Z  
    • shanz9903
    • ‏2013-05-30T15:47:32Z

    What are your property settings? Eg: ConfigurationManagement::General::UseSCCtool

    I have set ConfigurationManagement::General::UseSCCtool to YES. There are no other settings.
    I have installed the 32 bit Version  of MSSCCI instead of the64 bits version, that helped a little bit.
    But we cannot "connect to archive".

    A TFS windows comes up but after a few seconds a "server is busy" window comes up with a "switch to..." option. This window returns, no matter what I do.

    Updated on 2013-06-18T13:00:27Z at 2013-06-18T13:00:27Z by WalterVanDerHeiden
  • WalterVanDerHeiden
    WalterVanDerHeiden
    59 Posts

    Re: Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2012

    ‏2013-07-10T13:20:30Z  

    Hi All

     

    With the help of IBM Support (Heroes!) and Google (...) We solved it!

    Start the registry Editor (regedit.exe)

    Search for the Key HKLM\Software\SourceCodeControlProvider\ProviderRegKey

      This contains a value with the name of the registry Key of the TFS. (Example: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider)

    Then goto the Registry Key you just found. (Example HKLM/SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider)

    under that key you find a Settings Key

    then under that key create a new one called "Rhapsody" and under that a key called "RHAPSODY.EXE" without the quotes.

      Example: SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider\Rhapsody\RHAPSODY.EXE

    under that key create a DWORD value called "issues" and give it value 0x1 (without quotes)

    Then restart Rhapsody and you will see that it works!

    I created a batch file that does this automatically. just start from the command line.

     

    HKLM = HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE

    Attachments

    Updated on 2013-07-11T09:25:38Z at 2013-07-11T09:25:38Z by WalterVanDerHeiden