The MSF Agile 5.0 process template that shipped with Team Foundation Server 2010 included an Excel workbook designed to help teams plan iterations of work. Because the workbook was aimed at Agile teams, it wasn’t included in the MSF CMMI 5.0 process template. However, that doesn’t mean it can’t be used by teams using the CMMI process template. Below are instructions on downloading and configuring the Iteration Backlog workbook for a team project started from the MSF CMMI 5.0 process template.
The first step is to open the Work Breakdown query in TFS and add the Iteration Path and Area Path fields to the results of this query. In this example, you will bind the workbook to the Work Breakdown query that ships with the CMMI template. In reality you could bind it to any tree query that includes a parent/child relationship between Requirements and Tasks and the appropriate fields. The workbook needs both the Area Path and Iteration Path fields so you need to add them to this query.
Next, you need to to download the MSF Agile 5.0 process template from your Team Foundation Server and grab a copy of the Iteration Backlog workbook.
After saving the template, navigate to the \Windows SharePoint Services\Shared Documents\Project Management where you’ll find a copy of the Iteration Backlog workbook. Copy the Iteration Backlog workbook to a new location.
Finally, you need to bind the workbook to your CMMI team project.
Your Iteration Backlog workbook is now connected to your team project and ready to use with your CMMI project.
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