TFS & Visual Studio ALM – by Neno Loje

(formerly Team System, VSTS)

Entries from March 10th, 2014

Visual Studio Online (VSO) vs. Team Foundation Server (TFS)

March 10th, 2014 · 1 Comment · 18290, Team Foundation Server

This blog post is comparing the current feature set of Microsoft’s hosted TFS solution – Visual Studio Online (VSO) and the on-premises Team Foundation Server product. Feature Comparison (as of February 2014)   TFS VSO Work Items, Version Control, & Build Yes Yes Agile Product/Project Management Yes Yes Test Case Management Yes Yes Heterogeneous Development […]

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When to use the Test Attachments Cleaner (and when not)

March 7th, 2014 · No Comments · 18287, Team Foundation Build (TF Build), TFS Administration

What is the Test Attachment Cleaner? A command line tool that only removes the attachments. It does not touch the test runs, which contain the pass/fail data. So, running Test Attachment Cleaner will not impact the record of the test runs. You need to Test Attachment Cleaner if you: Do manual test runs and want […]

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SOLVED: TF221122: Error While Processing TFS OLAP Cube

March 6th, 2014 · No Comments · TFS Reporting, Troubleshooting TFS

The Problem After upgrading to TFS 2013, the TFS OLAP Cube fails processing with one of the following messages: Invalid column name ‘System_AssignedTo__Name’.; 42S22; Invalid column name ‘System_AssignedTo__SID’.; 42S22 Query execution failed for dataset ‘ds[Whatever]’ The Solution Found in Jeff Hunsaker’s blog post: In TFS Admin Console, look up the account under “Account for accessing […]

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SOLVED: Error ‘(405) Method Not Allowed’ when publishing a NuGet package to a NuGet server

March 6th, 2014 · No Comments · 18335, Team Foundation Build (TF Build)

The Problem When trying to publish NuGet Packages to a NuGet server you get the error message: Failed to process request. ‘Method Not Allowed’. The remote server returned an error: (405) Method Not Allowed. The Solution Found in this post on stackoverflow.com: When you LIST packages in NuGet server you point to http://nugetserver.com/nuget. However when […]

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