Jim Lamb

Program Manager for Team Foundation Server. This content is provided “AS IS” with no warranties and confers no rights.

April, 2010

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  • Jim Lamb

    Configuring Multiple TFS Build Services on one Machine

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    In TFS 2010, the Build Service is a Windows Service that is associated with a particular TFS Team Project Collection . Each Build Service support zero to one (0..1) Build Controllers and zero to n (0..n) Build Agents. Each Build Agent is associated to...
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    CustomizableOutDir in TFS 2010

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    Aaron Hallberg had previously blogged about Preserving Output Directory Structures in Orcas Team Build . The approach he described allows you to work around the problem of having all of your build outputs dumped into a single directory. Unfortunately...
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    Turn on Compile-time View Checking for ASP.NET MVC Projects in TFS Build 2010

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    When you create a View for an ASP.NET MVC web application, you add an .ASPX or .ASCX file that uses the ASP.NET engine to render a combination of mark-up and code. Unfortunately, those Views don’t get compiled until IIS renders them for your web site...
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    Installing just the Server Components of TFS 2010

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    If you’re developing (or planning to develop) on the Team Foundation API and you want to get the server assemblies installed on your machine in addition to the client assemblies that are included with Visual Studio, just follow these simple steps: Launch...
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