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Create team project from command-line with TFS Power Tools

OurĀ 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

Like water through a sieve. Word on how to implement ITeamFoundationRequestFilter

How this came up – The problem with Work Item Process EditorĀ 

If you’ve worked a fair time with TFS you know it surely has its pitfalls and issues. 671 more words

Alm

Merge changeset to branch

We use Team Foundation Server with Team Foundation Version Control (not GIT). To support a release we created two branches called CurrentVersion and 5.0.2. Where CurrentVersion is our “development” branch for new features and 5.0.2 is our “master” branch used for building and supporting a release. 187 more words

Tooling

Delete Work item From TFS

if you want to delete work item from Team Foundation Server

1- open command prompt (Run as administrator).

2- execute this command

witadmin destroywi /collection: 15 more words

TFS

TFS Workspace - Lessons learnt using multiple machines

Problems when using a single USB drive on multiple machines; FireBootCamp – Day 27

I have been using Visual Studio for many years, but I mainly used local backups when developing code; I was a big fan of Visual Source Safe which worked for me without too many issues. 366 more words

FireBootCamp

Really getting the latest changes with TFS

TFS Source Control doesn’t always get the latest changes. It gets what it thinks are the latest changes (and for the most part it gets it right if you work exclusively in Visual Studio). 100 more words

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