Questions about using CFD with Visual Studio Team System

Daniel sent in a few questions regarding my previous post about using cumulative flow diagrams (CFD) with Visual Studio Team System. Daniel writes: Hi there We currently implement the sprint backlog, CFD and reporting via sharepoint portal for our current .NET 1.x work and I wondered if we were to move to VSTS would the following issues ...

How to: Add Users for Team Foundation Server Workgroup Edition

You can get Team Foundation Server Workgroup Edition with Team System client products that are licensed with MSDN Premium Subscriptions. The functionality of the Workgroup Edition is identical to that of Team Foundation Server, Standard Edition except that the number of users is limited to five.Special Group Membership for Workgroup Edition ...

Update to topic on debugging while unit testing in ASP.NET

When we released Visual Studio Team System in late 2005, we published a Help topic about debugging while running a test in an ASP.NET project. It turns out that parts of this topic were in error. In particular, the article was incorrect in its information about how to debug while running unit tests on "file-based" (ASP.NET Development Server, ...

A Helpful How-To for Team Foundation Server, Workgroup Edition

Hi all,We have a new draft topic for you today, courtesy of Valerie. Those of you who have installed Team Foundation Server, Workgroup Edition will need to follow this extra procedure in order to allow users to connect to the server. Here's a link to the draft article: How to: Add Users for Team Foundation Server Workgroup Edition.As always, ...

How to: Debug while Running a Test in an ASP.NET Solution

You can debug both unit tests and Web tests that you are using to test ASP.NET Web projects. You can also debug your ASP.NET production code while a test is running.However, when you are testing ASP.NET code, the test code does not run in the typical way, under the VSTestHost process. Instead, it runs in either the IIS process, or if your Web ...

Getting ready to upgrade

The RTM release of Team Foundation Server is just days away. If you installed the Beta 3 Refresh version or the RC version, you might be wondering how you're going to upgrade to the RTM version. There are two guides available to help you do this. While both guides are available as part of the software package you'll need to download ...

Upgrading from Team Foundation Server Beta 3 Refresh to the Release to Manufacturing Version (RTM) of Team Foundation Server

Upgrading from Team Foundation Server Beta 3 Refresh to the Release to Manufacturing Version (RTM) of Team Foundation Server IntroductionUpgrading from Team Foundation Server Beta 3 Refresh to Team Foundation Server RTM involves many steps that include backing up data, running utilities to update your installation, and performing some manual...

Upgrading from Team Foundation Server Release Candidate (RC) to the Release to Manufacturing Version (RTM) of Team Foundation Server

Upgrading from Team Foundation Server Release Candidate (RC) to the Release to Manufacturing Version (RTM) of Team Foundation Server IntroductionUpgrading from Team Foundation Server RC to Team Foundation Server RTM involves many steps that include backing up data, running utilities to update your installation, and performing some manual steps...

More About the Data Warehouse

We gave you a glimpse into the basics of the Team Foundation Data Warehouse a few posts ago, but when it comes to understanding the data warehouse, a glimpse just isn't enough. See how the Team System data warehouse architecture plays a significant role in how your team projects get built.  ...and if that's not enough, here's a bit of ...