Shared Repository Problems
On logging onto my machine this morning, I opened an existing script stored in a shared drive on the network and attempted to add/view object via active window and was presented with the message that the "browser object does not exist in my repository".
I then discoved that all of my objects have mysteriously disappeared from my shard repository! I have lost a lot of work and this is not the first time this has happened. Fortunately I now take backups! So some questions:
- I work in a very large company. How could my repository have been corrupted if I was not even logged onto the network?
- What could happen on the network (out of my control) which could tamper with my repository file and corrupted it?
- Is there a limit to how big a shared repository can be?
- I can still see the objects in my active window, but am told they do not exist in the repository. How is this possible?
Re: Shared Repository Problems
Don't you use a Concurrent version system to keep track of versions of files?
But if multiple people needs to check out the repository, it will be difficult, i guess.
Even i am looking fo some answers to this question