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You have Team Foundation Server 2008 or 2005. Your VSMDI file is added to your solution and under source control. Various users unit test the solution.
The VSMDI file is automatically checked out and a new vsmdi file is created using the naming convention MySolutionName1.vsmdi, MySolutionName2.vsmdi, MySolutionName3.vsmdi and
Someone ran a test while someone else was modifying the vsmdi file. Team Test detects that the VSMDI file is out of sync;therefore, Team Test it makes one and thus you see the incrementing vsmdi files.
Going forward you want to make sure the file is not marked for auto checkout when it is modified. When the current tester has the VSMDI file checked out you, do not want other users to be able to check it out. You want your developers to checkout the file, run a test, and check it back in.
Here are the steps to fix the problem:
1. Backup your local copy of the application to some other place (directory).
2. Delete the local copy of application where your workspace is mapped.
3. Delete the vsmdi file from source control then do a check in on the vsmdi file. Checking it in will actually delete it from source control.
4. Perform a Get latest from source control.
5. Open the solution and check that you don't have vsmdi file. The vsmdi file should not be in source control or in the solution.
6. Modify test and it will generate a new vsmdi file.
7. Check in the vsmdi file and mark it to prevent auto checkout when it is modified:
8. Run another test and to generate a new vsmdi file.
9. Check out the vsmdi file.
10. Modify the test and see if it generates a new file.
11. Go to the other machines (other developers) and delete local copy of the vsmdi file.
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Article ID: 957358 - Last Review: August 28, 2008 - Revision: 1.0
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