As announced here. From the description:
This template includes:
- Work Item Types
- Product Backlog Item
- Test Case
- Release Burndown
- Sprint Burndown
- Build Success Over Time
- Build Summary
- Test Case Readiness
- Test Plan Progress
- SharePoint Project Portal
Below are screenshots of the Sprint Burndown and Release Burndown reports included with the template.
(All images in this blog post: Copyright by Microsoft Corp.)
If you were wondering why the Documents and Reports tabs are missing in TWA 2010:
This is by design. Here’s how Microsoft explains it:
Portal and Reports are not necessary in TFS2010, and Web Access is included in TFS now, so Web Access does not show the content of Portal and Reports, these content is included in Project Portal.
In TFS2010, the project portal is more powerful. Project Portal will display dashbord(reports) of the project, also the documents are stored in portal. You will find that the portal is very useful in TFS2010.
We suggest that use WebAccess to manage Workitem and Build, Portal to view document and dashboad. If you are using Sharepoint 2010 with Office Web App, you can open word, excel or PPT in browser directly.
So the (new) recommandation for TFS 2010 is:
- Team Web Access for managing Work Items, Build and Source Code
- Project Portal for viewing Documents, Reports and Dashboards.
Screenshot of Project Dashboard (from MSF Agile):
I "updated" my MCTS certifications by passing the latest TFS-related exam.
I am now certified as Microsoft® Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) in Visual Studio® Team Foundation Server 2010, Administration (70-512) .
Microsoft ist frequently updating the docs for Visual Studio 2010.
You can easily update your offline help files by using the "Manage Help Settings" tool…
… with the option to check for updates (of the topics you have chosen to be installed):
You can download a new version of the Area Import/Export Tool, compiled against Team Explorer 2010, to be used with TFS 2010, here.
- Backup area/iteration structures
- Move area/iteration structures from one team project (or server) to another
- Import existing areas/iteration structure from text files