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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-07-10T13:20:30Z by WalterVanDerHeiden
WalterVanDerHeiden
WalterVanDerHeiden
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Pinned topic Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2012

‏2013-05-30T13:45:14Z |

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