2 Replies Latest reply on May 23, 2009 3:31 PM by Captiv8r

    .apj files and version control


      My team is using RoboHelp6 and Version Control on TFS (Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Team Explorer and Source Control Explorer). Just opening the project in RoboHelp via version control will cause one of the .apj files (always the same one: rhtemplate.apj) to be checked out. In a multiuser setup with this file checked out another person can not do any edits. Is it necessary to have the .apj files under version control when they are not normally edited via RoboHelp after they are initially created? Is it possible to remove them from version control and still retain them in the RoboHelp project?


      Bob (No relation to John)