22 Jul 2013

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How to delete Team Projects on Team Foundation Service

After clicking around the administration screens in Team Foundation Service looking for a way to delete a Team Project, I looked more broadly for an answer. The answer is to use the tfsdeleteproject.exe from the command line. On a computer with Team Explorer 2012 installed, navigate to the following directory. C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft Visual Studio 11.0Common7IDE> Now you’ll use the tfsdeleteproject command and specify both the URL to your collection on Team Foundation Service and the name of the Team project you wish to delete. tfsdeleteproject /collection:https://yourname.visualstudio.com/defaultcollection projname Remember to substitute your account name in the URL and replace projname with the name of the team...

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22 Mar 2011

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Integrating Dynamics AX 2009 and TFS 2010–6 part series

Enhance ALM recently assisted a local company implement TFS 2010 in their Dynamics AX development environment. This was made all the more difficult due to a lack of good documentation and best practise guidance on how to do this. One of our ALM Consultants, Richard Angus, spent a week working through the various challenges to come up with a great solution that has both met and exceeded the expectations of the client. Richard has documented his experiences in a 6-part series on the Enhance ALM Blog to assist anyone else considering integrating these tools. You can read his blogs posts using...

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20 Dec 2010

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Installing TFS2010 with SharePoint Foundation 2010

When you install TFS 2010, you can have the setup automatically install and configure Windows SharePoint Service 3.0 (WSS) for you. Unfortunately you can’t have it use SharePoint Foundation 2010 instead so you are faced with manually installing this if you wish to use it. This blog post walks you through installing SharePoint Foundation 2010 as part of a fresh TFS 2010 install. NOTE: The focus of this blog post is about how you can choose to install SharePoint Foundation 2010 instead of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 for use with TFS 2010. It is not a post about best practises...

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12 Sep 2010

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TFS 2010 Power Tools + TFS Backup and Restore Hands on Lab

[Update: 23rd Sep 2010. Microsoft recommend NOT backing up SharePoint with the Power Tool until the Power Tools are updated. More info] ----------------------------- Last week Microsoft released an updated version of the Team Foundation Server 2010 Power Tools. This new (September) release includes a new Power Tool as well as updates to three of the existing Power Tools. NEW – Team Foundation Server Backups Updated - Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010 Best Practices Analyzer Updated – Team Explorer Enhancements Updated – Team Foundation Power Tool (TFPT.EXE) You can download and read more about the new Power Tools on the download page on Visual Studio Gallery. If you...

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