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Creating & Publishing StoryBoards in TFS

What is storyboard in software development?
Storyboarding is used in software development as part of identifying the specifications for a particular software. During the specification phase, screens that the software will display are drawn, either on paper or using other specialized software, to illustrate the important steps of the user experience. 819 more words

ALM

Dynamics AX 2012 R3 CU8 with TFS OnLine

As i was doing an upgrade to CU8 a month ago, was trying to keep my Dynamics AX projects as source controlled and hence configured TFS for the same, but in cloud. 376 more words

Dynamics AX 2012

How to activate email alerts for TFS work items.

In order to activate email alerts for TFS 2013 work items, following two steps are needed. Enable Email alerts on TFS Server: 1) Login to TFS Server. 316 more words

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Fixing Missing TFS 2013 Project Portal Site

If you missed Project Portal Site creation while creating new project on TFS 2013 or you faced errors (most of the time permission issues with SharePoint), you can follow below steps to create Project Portal Site after a Project is created in TFS 2013. 365 more words

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Create team project from command-line with TFS Power Tools

Our department had an interesting challenge the last week. We have an old local on-premise “Team Foundation Server” (TFS) in our data room with two VMware hosts containing a number virtual machines. 308 more words

SQL Server

Continuous Deployment of SSIS packages from Visual Studio with TFS

I’ve written a few blog posts about Continuous Integration and database development using Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server.

The posts can be read… 1,116 more words

SQL

Enabling logging verbosity process parameter in build definition(TFS 2013)

Verbosity for a build will help us to debug the build results to see what exactly went into build. In TFS 2013, default build process template… 574 more words

Visual Studio