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Help Us Help You: Defining Custom Settings in Team Architect (aka Whitehorse)

Help Us Help You: Defining Custom Settings in Team Architect (aka Whitehorse)

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Alex Torone, a Program Manager on the Team Architect product team, would like your feedback on the custom settings feature in Team Architect (aka Whitehorse). Specifically, he'd like to know how you anticipate using this feature and if there's anything the team can to do to make it more useful.

What are custom settings?

Custom settings are a way for you to specify your own metadata about applications, logical servers, endpoints, and zones. Unlike other settings, custom settings can be displayed in the Properties window. Custom settings can also be used in custom deployment scripts because they are captured in the deployment report, or they might be a means of recording information about the runtime configuration.

For more information, see:

(9/20) Update - The links below are currently broken while transitioning to MSDN2.

Settings and Properties

How to: Create Custom Settings for Applications, Servers, Endpoints, and Zones

Please feel free to provide your feedback in the comments for this blog post, e-mail them to Alex (alextor), or reply to Alex's original message in the microsoft.private.whidbey.teamsystem.architect.deployment newsgroup.

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