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  • Blog Post: Fix for Reports showing up properly on WSS 2.0 for Team Foundation Server 2008 Beta 2

    If you are experiencing problems with viewing TFS reports on a WSS 2.0 server and the message is describing a problem about reading the registry key " HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Visual Studio\9.0\TeamFoundation\ReportServer\80\_layouts ", then the fix below should address your problem. You will need...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 Team Foundation Server Beta 2 Has Shipped!!!

    Check it out! http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/default.aspx This is a particularly exciting release for me as I've recently taken over leading the TFS Setup, Admin, and Ops team and we made a number of improvements in deploying and managing TFS servers for Beta 2 including support for SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Workflow for Team Foundation?

    We have a number of scenarios we'd like to enable in future releases of Visual Studio Team Foundation that would really benefit being part of a generalized workflow framework. Things like code review/checkin processes, build release and staging, etc. And no matter how many scenarios you cover, customers...
  • Blog Post: How to get the active Team Foundation Server and Project from an Add-In

    Ed Hintz posted "How to Write a Team Foundation Version Control Add-in for Visual Studio" which is a great guide to writing an add-in to integrate with Team Foundation version control. I won't repeat that info her. If you want to do something that is related to the active Team Server and/or Project from...
  • Blog Post: Flashing Dialogboxes

    This example demonstrates how to flash a dialog in the taskbar after performing a long running operation from the command line. A good example of how this is useful is in the VS Team Foundation version control toolset. Naturally, it includes a command line utility (TF.EXE) to perform source control operations...
  • Blog Post: Give the .NET loader a hand - how to load assemblies from VS PrivateAssemblies

    This program demonstrates how to use the AppDomain.AssemblyResolve event to help the .NET loader get assemblies loaded that it can't find. The VS Team Foundation edition ships with a number of assemblies you may want to reference in your own apps. Most of the important ones are installed in the GAC...
  • Blog Post: Team Foundation Power Toy TFPT Review

    I added the Review command to TFPT back in August as a simple way to do a code review of files in any order I choose. Running TF Diff just cycles through the files one by one and is not that great for an interactive code review, particularly if I want to go back and review one file. I was used to internal...
  • Blog Post: A couple helpful Team Foundation registry settings

    Here's a couple of registry options that never made it into the UI anywhere that some of you may find useful. Don't Automatically Reconnect The first is a setting to control whether or not the Team Explorer and Source Control Explorer will automatically connect to a Team Foundation Server when...
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