In TFS 2005 subfolders of your team build type folder were copied recursively to the build temp directory. In TFS 2008 only the contents w/o recursion is copied. To change this behavior, Aaron tells us, you need to modify the following line <add key=”ConfigurationFolderRecursionType” value=”Full” /> in the TfsBuildService.exe.config on your build machine. Enjoy!
Entries from March 15th, 2008
March 15th, 2008 · No Comments · Team Foundation Build (TF Build), Team Foundation Server, Team Foundation Version Control, TFS 2008
March 15th, 2008 · No Comments · Uncategorized
If you want Team Explorer to integrate with your existing Visual Studio IDE you need at least the Standard Edition of Visual Studio (according to the comparison sheet that Microsoft published). Note on VSTS licensing: Keep in mind that only the Team Editions (as well as Team Suite) comes with a client access license […]
March 10th, 2008 · No Comments · Team Foundation Server, TFS Administration
If you can’t connect to your TFS anymore one reason might be that the trial expired. To find you how many days you have left of the trial and to extend the trial you need the TFS Version Detection utility. Starting 10 days before expiration you’ll see the “Extend Trial” button… … which will give […]