In my previous posts around TFS and Windows SharePoint Services I explained how you could use WSS3.0 or WSS2.0 with TFS. In many companies you already have a corporate SharePoint Farm. You may want to use that with TFS so you don't have to maintain 2 different sets of portals. This post tries to explain how you could achieve this.
There is a circular relationship between TFS, WSS and Reporting. What do I mean?
Sharing same SharePoint Farm for multiple TFS Instances:
To achieve this we require every TFS instance to have its own Managed path. You can create managed paths using the WSS admin site. As shown in the diagram below TFS_001 TFS Instance should have its unique managed path for e.g. TFS001. Similarly for TFS_002 you should have TFS002.
Following are steps you can use to setup this environment
Note: You can run this tool again for 2nd TFS server by running <TFSInstallDirectory>\tools\TFSWSSConfig