Recently I was showing someone the results of a bug query and sorting by more than one column in work item tracking in Team Explorer. When the person said he didn’t realize that feature existed, I decided it would be worth posting.
One of the new features available in TFS 2008 SP1 is that a TSWA URL can be configured in the server so that checkin notification emails will have links to the Team System Web Access page for the changeset, which allows you to see the diffs for each of the changes.
Brian Keller has recorded a series of interviews, some of which include demos, that are being published on Channel 9. You can find them at Visual Studio Team System 2010 Week on Channel 9.
Some of the videos have already been posted.
We’ve now released the final version of TSWA 2008 SP1, which had previously been released as a community technology preview (CTP). There are some fantastic new features in this release, including the ability for users without CALs to create work items.
One of the new features we’ve added to TSWA for the SP1 release is the ability to create URLs that are effectively work item templates by virtue of the fact that they have the values for the work items embedded in the URL itself.
Hakan has announced the availability of the new TSWA community technology preview (CTP) in his post, What’s New in TSWA 2008 SP1. Personally, I would say this release is beta quality or better, so don’t let the CTP designation scare you too much.
Hakan Eskici, program manager for Team System Web Access, has posted the spec for a new power tool that’s based on TSWA that is designed to help customers comply with the new licensing changes in TFS 2008 while getting the most out of the product.
Join members of the Visual Studio Team System product group to discuss features available in Team Foundation Server, Team Suite, Architecture Edition, Development Edition, Database Edition, and Test Edition. In addition, discuss what’s new for these editions for Visual Studio 2008.
Ed Blankenship asked a question recently regarding having multiple languages supported by the same TSWA instance. Hakan provided the answer, and both of them blogged it.
Hakan Eskici : Serving all languages of TSWA from a single server
Ed Squared –
The final set of localized versions of the Team System Web Access 2008 Power Tool is now available.
Here is a list of links to all of the localized releases of TSWA.
We’re always interested in what you think about the localizations,