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It's generally known that if you want to run any tests, code analysis, or database
project build/deployment that you need to install one or more Team Edition of VSTS
on your build server. What's not so well known are the licensing ramifications around
Fortunately Jeff Beehler,
Team System Chief of Staff, has posted
Gert and team announce the availability of Power Tools for Visual Studio Team System 2008 Database Edition!
Cool new stuff includes a couple new test conditions, file- and XML-based data generators, and (my favorite) SQL Static Code Analysis integrated into MSBuild / Team Build!
I just came across this download at
Microsoft. It provides an introduction to the concepts and step by step instructions
for creating and customizing TFS reports.
The zip file contains instructional PDF documents as well as several sample reports.
Thanks to the Team System Rangers (an elite squad of TFS experts inside Microsoft)
for putting together this document, which serves as a single point of entry into the
world of TFS Operations as well as Microsoft's recommended operational best practices.
So, start learning/mastering TFS operations by clicking here.
Microsoft has released a new version of VSTS Web Access Power tool. This
release is a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of what will ultimately be the 2008
version of the VSTS Web Access Power Tool.
Built against the TFS 2008 object model - In previous versions
of Web Access you had to install Team Explorer 2005 on ...
& Practices group recently released the final version of the “Team Development
with Team Foundation Server” Guide. This guide has been in beta for the last couple
It shows you how to get the most out of Team Foundation Server to help improve
the effectiveness of your team-based ...
Yesterday, Microsoft released a
tool to migrate from IBM ClearCase to
Find more information on TFS migration topics, keep an eye on this blog.