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TFS 2012 – Configure Automatic SharePoint Build Process – Part2

Dec 11, 2012 by Christoph // 2 Comments

This is the second post of a series of posts about TFS 2012 and build automation for SharePoint 2010.   TFS Build Process & Templates – short introduction Integrating SPDisposeCheck (<—here you are) Integrating FxCop (coming soon) Integrating StyleCop (coming soon) Integrating SPDisposeCheck SPDisposeCheck is a tool provided by Microsoft to check your Assemblies against…


TFS 2012–Configure Automatic SharePoint Build Process–Part1

Dec 11, 2012 by Christoph // 3 Comments

Team Foundation Server 2012 provides great features supporting automation of processes during a application lifecycle. This blog post wants to give a short introduction to automate the build process for SharePoint 2010 solutions.  Generally, the following topics will be covered within this and the following blog posts: TFS Build Process & Templates – short introduction…


Connect to Team Foundation Server in Visual Studio Uses wrong credentials

Dec 6, 2012 by Christoph // 1 Comment

Today I had an issue connecting to a Team Foundation Server using Team Explorer in Visual Studio 2012. Selecting the Server it always tried to connect with a wrong user, displayed in the lower left corner of the connection window: My problem was, that I tried to connect to this server earlier using a different…


Reopen Team Foundation Configuration Wizard

Dec 5, 2012 by Christoph // Leave a Comment

If you closed the TFS Configuration Wizard accidently after installing TFS (2010 or 2012) binaries, you will be prompted with the Configuration Manager window. There is no link in the Windows Start menu to open the Wizard again. You can simply open it via the following command (Start –> Run…): TFS 2010: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Team…


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