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  • Blog Post: Using tf.exe in PowerShell ISE or other custom environments

    Recently a few folks from our and other team tried working with TFS inside PowerShell ISE ( http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/scriptfanatic/archive/2008/12/30/windows-powershell-integrated-scripting-environment-ise.aspx ). What they discovered is that tf.exe thinks that its output is redirected and...
  • Blog Post: Msscci 2008 with MS Access 2007

    I have played a little with MS Access 2007, verifying that it's working with TFS Msscci 2008. In order to get SCC integration, you need to install Access Developer Extension - a add-in that allows Access to use any Msscci provider (and a few other goodies). Access does not allow you to change SCC...
  • Blog Post: Small Orcas Improvements - part 2

    "Check-in does not check-in". One of the most feared complains from the users. We all check-in files every day (or not, when gauntlet is in use ;)) and everything works fine.But customers are always right (vide Get Latest on Checkout)! So one theory explaining this phenomena say that user encounters...
  • Blog Post: TFS Msscci Provider 2.0

    Just before Holiday Season we released new version of TFS Msscci Provider - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=FAEB7636-644E-451A-90D4-7947217DA0E7&displaylang=en . Of course the biggest demand was to allow provider to work with the Orcas Object Model. This means, that if you...
  • Blog Post: Small Orcas Improvements - part 1

    After Orcas shipped, many people blogged about new big features that were included there ( http://blogs.msdn.com/jeffbe/archive/2007/11/19/visual-studio-team-system-2008-ships.aspx ). However, there are also many small improvements, transparent at first to the user, but still allowing him to save time...
  • Blog Post: VS2008 shipped

    As you perfectly know (for example from Brian's blog , and probably hundred others), Orcas shipped. I'm extremely proud, because this is the first big MS product, that I was involved from the beginning. Noone denies importance of the Msscci provider, but the weight of Visual Studio is thousand times...
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