However, we could use command line “tf merge” and pass /baseless switch to do baseless merge. saved me a lot of effort and time.. If both fail then of course there is a bigger problem but that is how I would approach it. louisila says: 2012-09-20 at 09:29 Thanks that sorted me out.. Source
Left by Tarun Arora on Dec 13, 2011 8:57 PM # re: Unshelve shelveset created from one branch to another Thanks for the response Tarun. In this article, we are going to explore the capability to build customized utilities using a set of commands provided by TFS in tf.exe. Left by Peter on Nov 14, 2012 8:27 AM # re: Unshelve shelveset created from one branch to another This post was very helpful! Get latest on the release and branch2 branches because someone might have checked something in... 2. https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/granth/2008/07/22/tf-exe-unable-to-determine-the-workspace/
Not the answer you're looking for? | Search MSDN Search all blogs Search this blog Sign in Grant Holliday's Blog Grant Holliday's Blog Visual Studio Team Services, Team Foundation Server, Azure & Security tf.exe: Unable to determine Can the product of two nonsymmetric matrices be symmetric? Tf.exe Get Workspace This will also ensure that the TFS command line client (tf.exe) will be installed.
This is something that is not so "exotic" and will cause problems when using branching.Also check this reply that I just created on an MSDN forum.Maybe I am a source control Unable To Determine The Workspace For This Solution Register Login Posting Guidelines | Contact Moderators Ars Technica > Forums > Operating Systems & Software > Programmer's Symposium Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Hardware & Tweaking Audio/Visual Club I remember we gave feedback to the team that owns the WCF project system a long time ago that doing crap like this was a bad idea -- not just for http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6455942/is-there-workaround-for-when-tfpt-is-unable-to-determine-the-workspace-and-ref Can a typeface be designed to have characters depend on previous characters within a typed word?
As shown below, the wizard will show you an alert saying “this is a baseless merge…..” Step ahead and select the Merge candidates..as always, Merge will be done and Unable To Determine The Source Control Server. I m facing difficulty in creating a workspace. it didn't unshelve my shelveset. In this case this is C:\A It is assumed that these executable script files (.bat files) are stored in local directory of proxy c:/A Workplace for proxy will be created in
Guess they still haven't listened.quote:TFS simply hiding the history of a deleted file when another one is added over it is a no-go in my opinion. Can we try everything from scratch, let's start with a very simple example, if this works we know the problem is not with the steps, 1. Unable To Determine The Workspace Tfpt Is this possible? Tf Workspaces /collection:teamprojectcollectionurl C:\tfsproj> set tfptcmd="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010 Power Tools\TFPT.exe" C:\tfsproj> set tfcmd="C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE\TF.exe" C:\tfsproj> %tfcmd% workspaces /s:http://tfs:8080/tfs/Apps Collection: tfs\Apps Workspace Owner Computer Comment --------- --------------
TFS2010 Configure Outlook as the TFS SMTP client TFS2010 Comments on this post: Unshelve shelveset created from one branch to another # re: Unshelve shelveset created from one branch to another http://crudlet.org/unable-to/tf-merge-unable-to-determine-workspace.html tf view [/collection:TeamProjectCollectionUrl] [/console] [/recursive] [/output:localfile] [/shelveset:shelvesetname[;owner]] [/noprompt] itemspec [/version:versionspec] [/login:username,[password]] Workfold Command Creates, modifies, or displays information about the mappings between your workspace folders and the folders on the server A ‘Checkout’ command is needed to make these files ‘editable’, however changing the file status from ‘read-only’ to ‘editable’ is not going to impact the traffic and will not consume time Therefore the ‘checkout’ command which makes these files editable, is not included in the script. Tf Workspaces /s
Tags TFS TFS Planning & Tracking Comments (8) granth's blog says: 2008-12-10 at 21:51 I’ve been looking at my blog stats for the last couple of months to see what people An Argument Error Occurred: Unable To Determine The Workspace. I resolve those using the "resolve for me" option since they are all edits and of the "non-conflicting merge conflict" variety.I check in the merge changes, go try to build the Perform tf merge /baseless d.
tf shelvesets [/owner:ownername] [/format:(brief|detailed)] [/collection:TeamProjectCollectionUrl]] [/login:username,[password]] shelvesetname Status Command Displays information about pending changes to items in one or more workspaces. For a handful of them I've just given up and made the changes directly to the file in the destination branch.I'm also getting really irritated by idiotic shit like AutoMerge failing Unable to determine the workspace. Tfpt Unable To Determine The Source Control Server See below for a log representative of what I've tried and am seeing.
Yeah, it's generally a bad idea and very headache-inducing.quote:Note: if you're using TFS 2008, you can pend >1 merge without having to checkin in between. Though I don't see this as a hidden gem. tf changeset [/comment:("comment"[email protected])] [/notes:("NoteFieldName"="NoteFieldValue"[email protected])] [/noprompt][/collection:TeamProjectCollectionUrl]] [changesetnumber | /latest][/login:username,[password]] Checkin Command Commits pending changes in the current workspace to the server for Team Foundation version control. http://crudlet.org/unable-to/tf-exe-merge-unable-to-determine-the-workspace.html Unfortunately, it didn't help me, but I did find the solution: Whereas Windows file paths are case-insensitive, TFS workspace detection is case-sensitive.
Convincing the world CI and CD for data is possible. His passion for technology has earned him the Microsoft Community Contributor and Microsoft MVP Award. If you can see the server path you are trying to map to in the unshleve command when u execute the above command, it should work! After 2 days of fighting, I'm about ready to check out of release, replace the files and check them back in -- file history does no good if I can't get
On a daily basis, the script will ensure that the files are getting downloaded on proxy, available for the proxy users. @echo off REM ....this utility script will daily get you The second command works, because the first workspace is created in the 'blah' folder. Left by Brian D. Let’s get into action!
Just specify you want the 2010 version in the cmd line: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010 Power Tools\tfpt.exe". This eliminates the namespace conflict from case #2 above.* When you end up with files that don't meet this test, but you're sure are "the same", here's a script to automatically The process is just completely broken here, I'm working with a relatively small batch of changes, they all have to be done individually, and I'm averaging 10-15 minutes per individual merge. I do know that I just did a big merge in 2008 (we actually waited to do this merge until we had upgraded from 2005-2008) and it went much more smoothly
Workspace: Team.descomp (MyUser) Server : http://project02:8080/ $/Team: C:\Temp\Team2 ... Not the answer you're looking for? The first changeset in the history is actually an edit.quote:That will tell you if the file ever existed (not just at the current revision) and will give you detailed information about I am sure some one else would definately benefit from this. :-] Left by Tarun Arora on Dec 14, 2011 4:04 PM # re: Unshelve shelveset created from one branch to
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