The button to jump directly to a work item by specifying its ID looks to be on the Work Item Tracking toolbar by default in VS / TFS 2010. This button is not on the toolbar by default in VS / TFS 2008 though. To add it yourself just go to… Read more at http://blog.danskingdom.com... ......
If you have the latest version of the Visual Studio 2010 extension VSCommands you can give your solutions friendly names that display in the window’s title bar. This is nice when you are working in different branches, so that you can differentiate which solution you are actually looking at. I wrote the following regex to put the Branch Name after the Solution name, so for example if you have the client solution open in both Dev and Release, one will be called “Client.sln – Dev” and the other “Client.sln ......
So if you are able to build (compile) the solution on your local machine, but it won't build on the TFS build server and you are getting an error message similar to:
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You may be wondering which is the best way to hookup a DependencyProperty's Callback event handler to handle Value Changed events. The two methods to consider are:
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At one point or another I'm sure we've all been confused as to why our binding won't work. Here's a couple things to keep in mind:
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So if you are trying to set focus to a WPF element, but are unable to. Here is a quick checklist to go through:
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