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Hi I am getting error while executing get command of vssget when I am trying to integrate VSS with Cruise control.

My VSSget command is -
<vssget localpath="projects\Rally_TTPro7.6"
login="cuser,cuser123"
vsspath="/Rally_TTPro/Rally_TTPro7.6"
ssdir="C:\VSS\Win32"
recursive="true"
serverpath="//192.168.130.20/RallyTTPro"/>

Actually the latest files are got from vss to the localpath but at the end it shows build failed--

Failed executing: C:\VSS\Win32\ss Get $/Rally_TTPro/Rally_TTPro7.6 -GLC:\work\projects\Rally_TTPro7.6 -I- -R -Ycuser,******** With a return code of 100

Can you pls tell me where exactly the error is
 
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With VSS error codes it is always going to be a bit of a mystery I'm afraid. Try cutting and pasting the command Ant was trying to run in to a command prompt and running it, see what happens. You might ge tmore information.

Generally VSS errors boil down to invalid file paths or invalid file permissions. VSS itself is nothing more than a few extension on the basic windows file system after all. Check you can access you VSS "database" - see if //192.168.130.20/RallyTTPro is shared as you believe it is and it is accessable from the machine you run this on for example.
 
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I have executed the command in the Command line and it works fine the //192.168.130.20/RAllyTTPro can be accessed.
 
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OK, so which user do you run your ant process as? Do they have the same file access privilages as you?
 
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