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How to change a project's source control from SourceSafe to TFS

  • This article does not cover how to migrate your SourceSafe database to TFS.
  • This article is intended to only describe how to migrate a project’s source control from SourceSafe to TFS.
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Visual Studio

Fetch TFS data using c# code

This post explains that how to fetch data or workitems like acceptance tests, bugs, sprint backlogs from TFS by writing simple c# code. This type of utility is useful to take automated daily sprint reports.  139 more words

Automation

Tips on work item type definitions, part 4

Hi readers –

Today is the last post regarding the Work Item Type Definition (WITD), for now.

Like in most process, we have different flows depending on some of the information registered in the process’ form. 446 more words

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Tips on work item type definitions, part 3

Hi readers –

As promised, here is my new post.

I’ll give a couple of tips more regarding the WITD, but first I want to talk about the global lists. 749 more words

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Tips on work item type definitions, part 2

Hi readers –

I think I should be able to actually write every week from now on.

Today I’ll continue with tips regarding the WITD. 426 more words

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Tips on work item type definitions, part 1

Hi readers –

You can’t complain; the wait to read my post was shorter this time.

I’ve been thinking how I should continue; I’ve explained the process, and I guess I should start with the core of the process, the work item type (WIT) definition (WITD). 672 more words

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