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Jakob Ehn Visual Studio ALM MVP October 2010 Entries
Developing and debugging Server Side Event Handlers in TFS 2010
Update 2012-01-23: Added note about .NET framework Martin Hinshelwood wrote an excellent post recently http://nakedalm.com/team-fo... ) about a new type of integration available in TFS 2010, namely server side event handlers, that is executed within the TFS context. I wasn’t aware of this new feature and as Martin notes, there doesn’t seem to be any material/documentation of it at all. Previously, when you wanted some custom action to be executed ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 27, 2010 10:48 PM

Merging Work Items in TFS 2010
In TFS 2010, branching and merging have been greatly improved with support for branch visualization and tracking of changesets and work items across branches. A simple example of this looks like this: Here we track Work Item nr 3 which was originally resovled in the Test branch (with changeset 35). We can also see that the work item has been merged into the Production branch (as changeset 37), back to Main (62) and finally to FeatureC (140). If we switch to the Timeline view, we get a nice view of ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 27, 2010 8:10 AM

Why can’t I see test results in the TFS 2010 Build Report?
In TFS 2010, I have been asked this question several times: I have a build setup with tests and (possibly) code coverage, but in the build summary report it only shows No Test Results and No Code Coverage Results What’s more interesting is that when I log in and view the build, I can see the test results! This does of course imply that it is a one of those annoying security issues, and of course it is. To be able to see test results you must have the View Test Runs permission, which can be assigned/revoked ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 6, 2010 8:11 AM

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