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Team Foundation Server with Git strips out connection Manager for SSIS Packages


Team Foundation Server with Git strips out connection Manager for SSIS Packages

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Hi there

We are using Git on Team Foundation Server for Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition.
I am able to create a branch in TFS, make changes to a SSIS package in a Visual Studio solution project.
The SSIS package has connection Managers at the project level.

However, when i push changes for a package and issue a pull request, my colleague receives
the package but the Project Connection Managers have been stripped out.

Why does TFS using git,. strip out the Project Connection Managers from a modified SSIS package
in team explorer?
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chris.asaipillai-624309 - Wednesday, October 25, 2017 10:47 AM
Hi there

We are using Git on Team Foundation Server for Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition.
I am able to create a branch in TFS, make changes to a SSIS package in a Visual Studio solution project.
The SSIS package has connection Managers at the project level.

However, when i push changes for a package and issue a pull request, my colleague receives
the package but the Project Connection Managers have been stripped out.

Why does TFS using git,. strip out the Project Connection Managers from a modified SSIS package
in team explorer?

Can you confirm that the relevant .conmgr files are under source control?



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Phil Parkin - Wednesday, October 25, 2017 11:08 AM
chris.asaipillai-624309 - Wednesday, October 25, 2017 10:47 AM
Hi there

We are using Git on Team Foundation Server for Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition.
I am able to create a branch in TFS, make changes to a SSIS package in a Visual Studio solution project.
The SSIS package has connection Managers at the project level.

However, when i push changes for a package and issue a pull request, my colleague receives
the package but the Project Connection Managers have been stripped out.

Why does TFS using git,. strip out the Project Connection Managers from a modified SSIS package
in team explorer?

Can you confirm that the relevant .conmgr files are under source control?


Hi there

No the .conmgr files were not under git source control on TFS. If they are not and i have to add them in, they would automatically
included with every package that uses them?
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chris.asaipillai-624309 - Thursday, October 26, 2017 2:57 AM
Phil Parkin - Wednesday, October 25, 2017 11:08 AM
chris.asaipillai-624309 - Wednesday, October 25, 2017 10:47 AM
Hi there

We are using Git on Team Foundation Server for Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition.
I am able to create a branch in TFS, make changes to a SSIS package in a Visual Studio solution project.
The SSIS package has connection Managers at the project level.

However, when i push changes for a package and issue a pull request, my colleague receives
the package but the Project Connection Managers have been stripped out.

Why does TFS using git,. strip out the Project Connection Managers from a modified SSIS package
in team explorer?

Can you confirm that the relevant .conmgr files are under source control?


Hi there

No the .conmgr files were not under git source control on TFS. If they are not and i have to add them in, they would automatically
included with every package that uses them?

Yes.
Somewhere in TFS, I can't remember where, there are settings which control which files are, by default, excluded from source control. This includes executables, DLLs and other stuff which is usually not worth checking in. If you can find those settings, I suggest that you check them to ensure that .conmgr files are not also being excluded.



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