TFS Open From Source Control be careful

Today i receive a nice error message and i was a little bit confused about it.

The error message looks as follows:

Error 18 Unable to create a manifest resource name for "AdminService.asmx.resx". Access to the path ':\MyProjects\WebDavService\AdminService.asmx.cs' is denied. 

I'm looking around and go in the Project Folder. And I can't believe what i see there. Every *.cs file was now an File Folder.

The following picture shows my experience.

If someone has the same experience as I please let me know if there is any suggestion for it.

 


Posted Feb 22 2007, 04:47 PM by Nadine Storandt
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Kasperb wrote re: TFS Open From Source Control be careful
on 05-01-2007 11:29

I have had the same experience - did you find a workaround?

Ant wrote re: TFS Open From Source Control be careful
on 05-14-2007 10:59

me too, anyone can help? service pack will help?

Travich wrote re: TFS Open From Source Control be careful
on 08-07-2007 0:20

I have found the same issue in 2.0.  Simply deleting the folders usually works for me...

Srini Gadiparthy wrote re: TFS Open From Source Control be careful
on 08-07-2007 15:31

Got the same issue. What I did was delete all the files under ASP.NET webservice folder leaving the root web services directories so that I can create the virtual directories. Once files are deleted did a get force get from TFS. That solved the issue.

Scott Cornell wrote re: TFS Open From Source Control be careful
on 09-18-2007 22:48

This happened to my team after storing a web application project that we converted from 1.1 to 2.0.  I resolved it permanently by editing the .csproj file and removing all of the EmbeddedResource elements which point to the .resx files.  Once we confirmed that we could sucessfully get the edited project from TFS, we deleted the .resx files from TFS.  Nearly 2 weeks since, and it seems all is well.

Dileep Agarwal wrote re: TFS Open From Source Control be careful
on 10-29-2007 20:19

While get the latest version from the TFS, make sure you have to select "get specific version" and than need to select overwrite writable files.. and force get.. check box. This way it will not create Folder for Every *.cs file .

Sanal Viswanathan wrote re: TFS Open From Source Control be careful
on 07-03-2008 18:01

Thanks Dileep it solved the issue.

ravi bethi wrote re: TFS Open From Source Control be careful
on 07-11-2008 0:50

Thanks Dileep, It solved the issue with TFS.

anon wrote re: TFS Open From Source Control be careful
on 06-26-2009 0:12

Have a look at your permissions in tfs. I've had the same issue 'resolved' for me after having the admin look at those. Maybe unrelated, but maybe an odd side effect

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