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Project type GUID property in .sln file is chaning for WPF application under source control.

I created one WPF project and add it to source control. Solution file contain "FAE04EC0-301F-11D3-BF4B-00C04F79EFBC" as project type guid. checkin operation is upgrading the project type guid to "9A19103F-16F7-4668-BE54-9A1E7A4F7556".

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Hi @eddy-1626,

Welcome to Microsoft Q&A!

What is your Visual Studio? Is it a migrated project?
You can right-click on your project to unload project and check if the <ProjectTypeGuids> tag exists in your .csproj file or not.

You can refer to the similar issue: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7377286/project-guid-keeps-changing.

Sincerely,
Anna


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Thanks for reply Anna.

I am using "Microsoft Visual Studio Enterprise 2019 Version 16.11.0". It is not migrated project.

Steps -
-- I created WPF project using this version.
-- Add project to source control.
-- After this projecttype guid change.

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Could you tell me what the SCM extension of Visual Studio is? It seems that I can't find it in Visual Studio Marketplace.

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