Just started this week with VP for UML. We use SVN as collaboration tool to have a central repository and version/conflict management.
I just started playing around to learn VP and especially collaboration (conflict managment etc.), so create (and try to delete) some small projects.
What I did (in stead of reading the manual): I had to delete one of the projects and did not know immediately how to do from within VP, so I deleted it from the repository using an SVN-client (TortoiseSVN).
Indeed: in the SVN-repo it no longer exists, but starting Teamwork Client in VP still shows the deleted project with all is properties (file path etc.) empty.
Question is: how to get rid of it and update VP as well?
NB: I have no direct access (even not read) to the vp-and SVN server (one server), only access via SVN and VP. So in case files have to be updated/deleted I have to ask the server sysadmin and have to be very specific on filenames and paths.
Needless to say that I will never do this again!!!