I have an application that is tied to our source control (SVN) server via the -prj folder. Things were working fine and now it seems our developers (multiple and different machines) have this problem. After performing a standard update on the -prj folder, the application becomes unable to open. First we get an error of:
"There was a problem sending the command to the program."
Then when you click ok, you get this message:
"The document ... failed to load" (where the dots represent the path and filename of my app)
As I am sure you can speculate, it doesnt open.
What I am hoping for here is a long term solution as I know I can just delete the -prj and the .qvw and start over but this will lose any changes I have made that werent checked in, so not ideal.
1. Delete the -prj folder
-Application will open fine. If I then create a new -prj folder and save the application will continue to work fine but then I am no longer tied to our source control (which is a problem).
2. Delete the -prj and create a new -prj with a new link to the Source Control folder.
- Same problem still occurs even after a new checkout and trying to open the same .qvw file.
3. Delete everything (-prj and .qvw)
- Doing this will mean I lose all my work but it will allow for me to get the application to open and function after a recreation of everything, so again not ideal.