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Microsoft KB Archive/169260

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How To No Command Line Equivalent for Some Web Features

Article ID: 169260

Article Last Modified on 7/1/2004



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Visual SourceSafe 5.0 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Visual SourceSafe 6.0 Standard Edition



This article was previously published under Q169260

SUMMARY

There are no command line equivalents for "Create Site Map" or "Check Hyperlinks". These features are only available through the Web menu in the Visual SourceSafe Explorer after you have designated a project as a Web Project.

Deploy is the only command available in both the Visual SourceSafe Explorer and the Command Line.

Syntax:

ss Deploy Project Path


You must have the Read access right to use this command.

MORE INFORMATION

To specify a project as a Web Project in Visual SourceSafe, do the following:

  1. From the SourceSafe Administrator, select Tools and then Options.
  2. Click the Web Projects tab. This tab contains five text fields. The first field (called "This Project Represents a Web Site") and either or both of the next two fields (called "URL" and "Virtual Root") must be filled in before you can designate a project as a Web Project.


NOTE: For more information on how to designate a project as a Web Project, see page 173 of the User's Guide for Visual SourceSafe 5.0.

  1. After you have specified a project as a Web project from within the Administrator, restart the Visual SourceSafe Explorer. Now you will see the Web glyph on the project you designated as a Web project.
  2. Select the project. The Deploy, Check Hyperlinks, and Create Site Map commands are now active in the Web menu.


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