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  • Visual Studio Online (VSO) vs. Team Foundation Server (TFS)

    This blog post is comparing the current feature set of Microsoft's hosted TFS solution – Visual Studio Online (VSO) and the on-premises Team Foundation Server product. Feature Comparison (as of February 2014) TFS VSO Work Items, Version Control, & Build Yes Yes Agile Product/Project Management Yes Yes Test Case Management Yes Yes Heterogeneous Development (Eclipse, Git) Yes Yes Ease of Installation and Setup +/- ++ Collaborate with anyone, from anywhere +/- ++ Data stays inside your network
    Posted to TFS & Visual Studio ALM - by Neno Loje (Weblog) by neno on Mon, Mar 10 2014
    Filed under: Team Foundation Server (TFS), Visual Studio Online
  • When to use the Test Attachments Cleaner (and when not)

    What is the Test Attachment Cleaner? A command line tool that only removes the attachments. It does not touch the test runs, which contain the pass/fail data. So, running Test Attachment Cleaner will not impact the record of the test runs. You need to Test Attachment Cleaner if you: Do manual test runs and want to delete attachments without deleting the test runs Do automated test runs and want to delete attachment for builds which have been deleted already, but the build definition’s retention policy
    Posted to TFS & Visual Studio ALM - by Neno Loje (Weblog) by neno on Fri, Mar 7 2014
    Filed under: TFS Administration, Team Foundation Build (TFS Build), TFS Test Case Management
  • SOLVED: TF221122: Error While Processing TFS OLAP Cube

    The Problem After upgrading to TFS 2013, the TFS OLAP Cube fails processing with one of the following messages: Invalid column name 'System_AssignedTo__Name'.; 42S22; Invalid column name 'System_AssignedTo__SID'.; 42S22 Query execution failed for dataset 'ds[Whatever]' The Solution Found in Jeff Hunsaker’s blog post : In TFS Admin Console, look up the account under “Account for accessing data sources” under the “Analysis Services” tab (Reporting » Edit). In SQL Server, add
    Posted to TFS & Visual Studio ALM - by Neno Loje (Weblog) by neno on Thu, Mar 6 2014
    Filed under: TFS Reporting, Troubleshooting TFS
  • SOLVED: Error ‘(405) Method Not Allowed’ when publishing a NuGet package to a NuGet server

    The Problem When trying to publish NuGet Packages to a NuGet server you get the error message: Failed to process request. 'Method Not Allowed'. The remote server returned an error: (405) Method Not Allowed. The Solution Found in this post on stackoverflow.com: When you LIST packages in NuGet server you point to http://nugetserver.com/ nuget . However when you are trying to PUSH or DELETE a package you need to point to http://nugetserver.com without the nuget folder in the path. Good luck
    Posted to TFS & Visual Studio ALM - by Neno Loje (Weblog) by neno on Thu, Mar 6 2014
    Filed under: Team Foundation Build (TFS Build), NuGet
  • Build fails with missing file: System.Management.Automation.dll

    The Problem The Build breaks with the following message: Exception Message: Could not load file or assembly 'System.Management.Automation , PublicKeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified . (type FileNotFoundException) The Solution Install Windows Management Framework 3.0 on the build server. The Cause You might be using the Community TFS Build Extensions. These include the InvokePowerShellCommand activity, which has a dependency on this
    Posted to TFS & Visual Studio ALM - by Neno Loje (Weblog) by neno on Fri, Feb 14 2014
    Filed under: Team Foundation Build (TFS Build)
  • Build fails to find GraphCmd.exe (Layer Diagram Validation)

    The Problem The Build breaks with the following message: Error message: C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\Microsoft\VisualStudio\v11.0\ArchitectureTools\Microsoft.VisualStudio.TeamArchitect.LayerDesigner.targets (148): The "GraphCmd" task failed unexpectedly . System.InvalidOperationException: Cannot start process because a file name has not been provided. The Solution There’s a workaround available on Microsoft Connect : Add this xml snippet into all of your Modeling project (*.modelproj
    Posted to TFS & Visual Studio ALM - by Neno Loje (Weblog) by neno on Fri, Feb 14 2014
    Filed under: Team Foundation Build (TFS Build)
  • How to compile projects that reference Microsoft.Office.Interop assemblies with a build server

    The Problem A project that references Office interop assemblies (Microsoft.Office.Interop) fails to compile on TF Build (or VSO’s Elastic Build Service). The error message might be similar to this one: The type or namespace name 'Office' does not exist in the namespace 'Microsoft' (are you missing an assembly reference?) The Solution (based on this forum post ) You want to check-in the interop assemblies. Create a “Lib” folder and add all relevant assemblies, like: Microsoft.Office
    Posted to TFS & Visual Studio ALM - by Neno Loje (Weblog) by neno on Thu, Feb 13 2014
    Filed under: Team Foundation Build (TFS Build)
  • Clean-up after in-place upgrade to TFS 2013

    After performing an in-place upgrade to TFS 2013, you might want to clean up the old TFS folder:
    Posted to TFS & Visual Studio ALM - by Neno Loje (Weblog) by neno on Mon, Oct 21 2013
    Filed under: TFS Administration, TFS 2013
  • How to do a clean uninstall of Visual Studio 2012?

    Questions How can I easily remove Visual Studio 2012 and all of its components? Is there an install utility for Visual Studio 2012? Answer: Yes, the uninstall utility is integrated into VS 2012 setup. If you want to completely uninstall Visual Studio 2012, you can run VS 2012 setup with the following parameters: vs_ultimate.exe /uninstall /force Source: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2771441/EN-US#Force --Neno
    Posted to TFS & Visual Studio ALM - by Neno Loje (Weblog) by neno on Tue, Oct 15 2013
    Filed under: TFS Clients
  • Video: From Continuous Integration to Continuous Feedback using Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012

    Content abstract: We all know that listening to our customers and getting early feedback is very important. This talk focuses on how this can be achieved in the real world with the ultimate goal: to ship software that delight our customers! This session focuses on the front end of continuous delivery: using PowerPoint Storyboarding to communicate ideas and prevent misunderstandings, managing requirements and priorities using a transparent product backlog, and integrating stakeholder feedback using
    Posted to TFS & Visual Studio ALM - by Neno Loje (Weblog) by neno on Tue, Jul 2 2013
    Filed under: Team Foundation Server (TFS), Events and Conferences, VSTS, TechEd
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