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Working offline with Team Foundation Server

Thu, Jul 19, 2007
I’m just about done reading Professional Team Foundation Serverand at the end I found this little gem: This tip needs the Team Foundation Power Tool (tfpt.exe) to work. When you are working offline you just clear the read-only attribute on the files you want to edit. Later, when you are online, you open the command line, navigate to your workspace and run: tfpt.exe online Now the power tool will find all those writable files and create a change set from them.

TFS:All files are up to date.

Thu, Jun 7, 2007
If you do a tf.exe get filename.ext and get All files are up to date. back, it might be because your current directory is not correctly mapped to a folder in the Team Foundation Server project your root folder is mapped to. It your server ‘tree’ looks like this: ProjectName Source ClientCode ... ServerCode ... …and your local folders look like this: ProjectName Source ClientCode ... ServerCode .

TFS Listener for logview4net

Fri, May 11, 2007
Howard van Rooijen has created a template for creating listeners to Team Foundation Server events. This might come in handy since I was thinking of creating a TFS Listener for logview4net. I am about to separate the SQL and EventLog listeners to an assembly for MS listeners. A TFS Listener is exactly what that would need. Add: Share and store documents… Free.

Unshelve files in TFS

Thu, May 10, 2007
If you are looking for your shelved changes in the Source Control Explorer you are out of luck. There is a tool item in the Pending Changes windows for managing you shelved files.

Deleted files in a label, TFS

Sun, Mar 25, 2007
According to this article from the dev team deleted files are not left in a label. This might lead to some nasty surprises when you are in to restructuring your code base (as we are now). It is nice that we can get files from a specific point in time instead.

TFS Server with friendly DNS name

Thu, Jan 4, 2007
Since I didn’t find this info the first time I searched I’ll add it here to. This is what you have to do to get the Team Explorer to work correctly if your TFS Server has a different DNS name than it’s machine name. http://geekswithblogs.net/etiennetremblay/archive/2006/07/28/86542.aspx …and what is really missing in that instruction is to disconnect/reconnect you project in Team Explorer since all URL’s are cached on the client.