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Default TFS and InfoPath (VSTO) integration

Hello,

we are yousing a TFS installation for storing our InfoPath (VSTO) Projects. I'm having problems when the InfoPath designer upgrades one of our template parts in a form. The embedded graphics are replaced and renamed automaticly, the old files are deleted. When I try to checkIn my work I get errors, that the old graphic could not be found. :-( So I had to find these files manually to remove the checkbox before the file entries in the checkin dialog. It seems that they are still under source control.
Is there a way to tell the TFS that it automaticly deselects all files not found on the local drive? Currently it is an extrem obstacle for working with TFS in combination with InfoPath (VSTO). Or am I doing something wrong?

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Hello again,

we're still encountering these issues and it is extrem unproductiv to work with TFS in combination with InfoPath (VSTO). In addition to the problem with the graphic files these also happen when updating DataSources and the xsd files are changed.
If someone has a tip or a solution for this problem please let me know. It think that the authors of the book are not activ in their own forum because so any help would be very helpful.

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