With the Team Foundation Server 2017 now available, TFS administrators will be planning to upgrade their existing TFS installations to this new version. As admins plan this activity, we wanted to discuss an important TFS database schema improvement that is rolling out with TFS 2017.
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Test execution, especially in the automated testing workflow, generates considerable amount of data. To keep your test system performant and responsive, its recommended to periodically clean up test results that are no longer relevant. Below are sources from which test results are generated in TFS,
The ‘Test Release Management Guidance’, since its first release in early 2012, has been a great resource that lays down guidance about important questions pertinent to Manual Test Planning, such as:
What are best practices, based on project size or development methodology?
One of the top feature requests from Microsoft Test Manager/Test Case Management users across various forums has been the ability to customize the Test Plan and Test Suite artifacts. Based on the feedback, with Team Foundation Server 2013 Update 3, we are adding the functionality to add custom fields and workflows to Test Plans and Test Suites,