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# Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Actually this build is used WSE 2.0 SP3 and contains minor bug fixes. All the sources published on GotDotNet site (SCCBridge workspace). Pay attention that for now the sources include SCCProvider project that is MSSCCI implementation. I've decided to publish this project since Microsoft freely publish their interface and documentation for all VSIP.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005 4:08:21 PM UTC  #    Comments [6] -
Monday, January 30, 2006 11:50:50 PM UTC
Great software you both did. Thanks.

I was wondering if you were considering Subversion as an added repository on the server-side. Its fast growing community and strong support appear to me as a good candidate to extend your already easily pluggable infrastructure.

Thank you for considering my request/suggestion.

Montreal, Québec, Canada
Saturday, March 25, 2006 8:21:47 PM UTC
I am trying to install SCCBridge client but it is asking for .net framework 1.1. I have framework 2.0 installed and do not want to downgrade. Do you have msi that accept either .net framework 1.1 or 2.0?
Welly Lee
Monday, April 3, 2006 11:57:53 AM UTC
Unfortunatelly I don't have a version for .NET Framework 2.0,
Arthur Nesterovsky
Thursday, July 6, 2006 9:34:55 PM UTC
Great software you both did. Thanks
Tuesday, January 13, 2009 5:15:34 PM UTC

I like your software and I download the source to compile but is giving error on the type RepositoryWs like missing reference can you help to understand why

Sunday, January 18, 2009 8:03:31 PM UTC
Hi Gerardo,

I've tried to connect with you by e-mail, but with no success.

Can you clarify few things, please:
1) have you downloaded sources from this site?
2) what WSE version do you use?
3) what version of Visual Studio do you use?
4) can you send me exact error message, please?

Thanks for feedback.
Arthur Nesterovsky
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