This tab has an option for Create SCC File. Create SCC File dictates when SourceSafe creates this file. Its default setting (*.vbp, *.mak) means that whenever you get or add a file with an extension of .vbp (Visual Basic 4.0 project file) or .mak (used by older versions of Visual Basic), SourceSafe creates the Mssccprj.scc file. This file is very important because without it, SourceSafe integration inside Visual Basic will not function properly.
If you are having problems with Visual Basic integration with Visual SourceSafe, Make sure the Create SCC File option is set. Also, to rebuild the Mssccprj.scc file, delete the old copy, and then regain access to the Visual Basic project. It will allow you to point to the existing SourceSafe project and will display this message:
The Mssccprj.scc file is a text file. It contains information like that shown below. There is no reason for anyone to go in and manually make changes to this file.
The Mssccprj.scc file is only used by Visual Basic. Visual C++ and other development environments do not use this file at all. You may not want this file appearing in your Visual C++ directory. To prevent the appearance of the Mssccprj.scc file in your Visual C++ directory, remove the *.mak from this field. (This change should only be made if you do not use Visual Basic 3.0 .mak files.)
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