Sorry about this title, but actually you cannot delete a source controlled folder without assigning first a workspace, BUT, but you can avoid wasting disk space avoiding to recursively download all the files in that folder, so it’s what I think you want to do, and then here’s the steps: 71 more words
Hoje vou explicar para vocês, como remover um Team Project Collection do seu TFS 2012 e 2013. No painel de administração do Team Foundation Server tem a opção de Delete no canto inferior do lado esquerdo do painel, eu precisei usar esse comando pois o projeto que precisava deletar, não aparecia a opção de “Delete” no Console de Administração. 118 more words
This is the second time we have hit this error so this time it was a quick fix. But if you don’t know what it is you might be led astray by the message. 265 more words
What are the commands to create an enlistment of your Team Foundation repository?
mkdir c:\Users\Beto\MyProject cd c:\Users\Beto\MyProject tf workspace /new /noprompt /collection:http://myserver:8080/tfs/blah MyWorkspaceName
MyWorkspaceName can be any random name. 78 more words
Even though I have experienced in using Tortoise-SVN, I’m a newbie for Team Foundation Server which provides by Microsoft. At the moment I am involved in an Android Project and for that I have to use TFS as the Version Controller and Eclipse as my IDE. 35 more words