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    what does this sentence mean?

    "items under bin dir in the web application are not checking in using vs 2008"

    What does this sentence mean? Is "are not checking in" means cannot or should not?

    Thanks in advance.


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    Re: what does this sentence mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by Amy Jia View Post
    "items under bin dir in the web application are not checking in using vs 2008"

    What does this sentence mean? Is "are not checking in" means cannot or should not?

    Thanks in advance.
    They are not connecting via vs 2008 - the implication is that something is not working properly.

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    Re: what does this sentence mean?

    Thanks for the reply.Check-in is a source control operation. I did tests and the bin dir in the web application can be checked in in VS 2008 using our software. So I was wondering what he means.

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