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  • Blog Post: Visualizing Team Foundation Server Work Items with Live Labs Pivot

    Live Labs Pivot is a great way to visualize sets of data, and glean insights/understand patterns that may not be as visible otherwise. In this post, we’ll walk through how easy it is to visualize Team Foundation Server work items using Live Labs Pivot. Prerequisites For the purposes of this walkthrough...
  • Blog Post: Extending Work Item Tracking Context Menus

    This blog post was written by Hayder Casey, a developer on the work item tracking team. The work item tracking context menus in Visual Studio are extensible. You can add your own commands to them and interact with the work item tracking editors and the hierarchy of queries and query folders in Team...
  • Blog Post: Work Item Tracking Queries Object Model in 2010

    The following post was written by Smitha Saligrama, a software development engineer in test on the work item tracking team for Team Foundation Server . To allow better organization and permissions on queries in Team Foundation Server 2010 we added query folders. Query folders allow you to organize...
  • Blog Post: New Work Item Type Controls in TFS 2010

    The following post was written by Smitha Saligrama, a software development engineer in test for the work item tracking team in TFS. With the release of TFS 2010, there are some new work item controls you can take advantage of. Stand-alone Label You can now have a stand-alone label control on...
  • Blog Post: Work Item Tracking – Custom Controls

    Custom Controls provide a mechanism to extend the work item form to include user developed controls. It enables various scenarios, that are difficult or not possible using the built in controls such as: extend event-based rules, custom user interface, workflow capabilities. This article walks you through...
  • Blog Post: Controlling which link types are displayed on a work item form

    In 2005 and 2008 versions of TFS, the work item links control that displayed the links always showed all the links. For TFS 2010, we made a design decision based on the fact that whoever is designing a work item form, may want to display certain link types separately from other link types. Read the rest...
  • Blog Post: Names changed for core WIT fields, and implications thereof

    In work item tracking, there are several system fields that always exist in every work item type. These fields have both a reference name and a friendly name. The friendly name for some core fields have changed. Read the rest of Gregg Boer's article… >
  • Blog Post: Resolving bugs using 2005/2008 clients on TFS 2010 RC

    There is an issue where 2005/2008 clients connecting to a TFS 2010 RC server, with team projects created by RC versions of MSF Agile / CMMI process templates will encounter an error when resolving bugs. But there is a work around! Read the rest of Gregg Boer's article… >
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