If you have your ASP.NET application for example in c:\inetpub\wwwroot\WebApplication1 and you want to programmatically get that path just use something like:
string AppPath = Request.PhysicalApplicationPath;
I had to access an old VSS database and nobody remember any password or the admin password.
The tool from this page http://not42.com/2005/06/16/visual-source-safe-admin-password-reset
This was a lifesaver!
MS VSS (Visual SourceSafe) is not really my preferred Source Control
sometimes in your company
that is what is available and you need to used it to have
at least some
versioning of the code.
But haven't you had a situation where last week everything worked and
everything is broken.
And now is up to you to determine what went
wrong? I have it all the time.
VSS have some search tools but I really do not enjoy using them.
Project Site provides an excellent tool called
Do take a look at it, it makes it more easy to track changes. :)
I felt so stupid today. Because when for a couple of months,
every now and then, when someone asked me for a copy of the source code
I just made a copy of my src directory and then searched for the .svn* folder
and then I erased them,
until by mistake i found the EXPORT
I use SmartSVN and I was creating a new project
and then the light came to me :S
Well if it happens to you just remember there is a
command. This will get the code from the repository without all the nasty files.