Thursday, 12 April 2018

Finding Active Team Projects Based on Code CheckIns/Commits

When you have many team projects in your TFS instance or in your team services account (VSTS), manually finding out what are the active projects is not going to be an easy task, by looking at each code repository in each of the projects to determine whether project is getting updated with code changes. TFS/VSTS REST API can be used in this scenario to obtain the projects that have any code commits/checkins from a given date using the script available here.

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Cloning TFS 2018

How to clone TFS before TSF 2018 is explained in posts, Backing Up and Restoring Databases, Prepare Restored Databases and Configuring the AT. Out of these steps Backing Up and Restoring Databases is valid for TFS 2018. But you do not have to perform the Prepare Restored Databases as it can be done while configuring the Application Tier of the cloned TFS instance. Let’s look at valid steps for cloning TFS 2018.

Thursday, 8 February 2018

Resolving “The SDK 'Microsoft.NET.Sdk.Web' specified could not be found”

While using .NET Core 2.0 you may run into errors which may not be clear. “The SDK 'Microsoft.NET.Sdk.Web' specified could not be found.” is one such error which appears, when trying to load .NET Core 2.0 Web projects, and Let’s understand the reason behind this error to get it resolved.

Monday, 8 January 2018

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Trigger Build Based on Label/Tag – VSTS/TFS

You might want to trigger a build for a team foundation version control (TFVC) Label applied previously or if you are using Git version control for a Tag. Git tags are quite nicely supported in TFS/VSTS web Interface, but Label in TFVC is still only manageable with the  Source Control explorer of Visual Studio. There is a user voice request to enable web experience for TFVC Labels, which you can also vote for Smile. Let’s explore how to trigger build based on Tag or Label with VSTS/TFS.

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