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  • Wiki Page: TFS 2010 Send Email after Test Run

    Lab Management in TFS 2010 provides the ability to build, deploy and test in an automated fashion. However, the most important thing which is lacking is ability to send the test results in an email. You can configure an alert for the build definition which uses the LabDefaultTemplate but users will...
  • Wiki Page: How to Create Reports for TFS 2010 Test Results

    TFS 2010 provides an excellent mechanism to build, deploy and test in an automated fashion. Default reports are provided and can be seen in the reports section of Team Explorer. However, the default reports will not necessarily serve all your reporting needs. You can develop custom reports using...
  • Wiki Page: How to Configure TFS Notifications in Team Foundation Server 2010

    TFS notifications are useful in sending alerts when a work item is changed, the build is completed, build property changed etc. When I did it for the first time I had to research many articles to find what exactly to be done. So I thought of making that knowledge available in one article. This...
  • Wiki Page: TFS 2010 – Branching Vs. Labeling

    I would first recommend reading this article by “Microsoft Patterns and Practices” http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb668955.aspx This article describes about defining the branching and merging strategies that best suit your team. It explicitly says “ Do not branch unless it becomes...
  • Wiki Page: Why TFS is required in Software development?

    TFS has tightly integrated collaboration functionalities for Development team. Version controlling using state of the art technology. TFS has powerful features like atomic check-ins, branching and merging, shelving, labeling, concurrent check-outs, check-in policies, and the association...
  • Wiki Page: How To: Bulk upload Test Case results to Microsoft Test Manager

    Problem Definition: Most TFS or Microsoft Test Manager users find it difficult to update test execution result to MTM. Assume that you are done with 100+ test case execution manually and now you want to upload results (Pass/Fail/Block) for all those test cases and also link bugs, test cases to...
  • Wiki Page: Rebuild TFS Warehouse and Analysis Databases From Scratch

    This is a known issues in TFS environments, especially when upgrading TFS or moving to different server. Please consider that all the image and samples on article was built with TFS 2012 update 3. As starting for this article, I will delete the existing tfs warehouse and analysis services...
  • Wiki Page: Linking between Work Items In TFS

    A work item is a single unit of work which needs to be complete. Microsoft defines a work item as database record that Team Foundation uses to track the assignment and progress of work. Identification and establish relationship between tasks is highly important to make effective planning. It is also...
  • Wiki Page: How to Schedule Automated Tests Without Using TFS

    Table of Contents Introduction MSTest.exe Windows Task Scheduler Scheduling an Automated Test A batch file with MSTest.exe command A Task that contains details of the batch file to execute (.job file) Steps See Also Introduction A programmed test can be executed through command line program MSTest...
  • Wiki Page: Direct editing tables On SQL Management

    For some time been wanting to create this article with some basic tips for managing the database in SQL language. Although not an expert in SQL, I have run smoothly databases created in SQL language. During my visits I make to my clients, IT professionals these companies always want to ask questions...
  • Wiki Page: How to schedule a PowerShell Script to auto run on a Windows Server

    Introduction Windows Administrators create PowerShell scripts to automate certain routine admin tasks. After creating these scripts, you might need to run the script on a regular schedule. This article will show you how to configure your PowerShell script to run on regular basis using Windows...
  • Wiki Page: Team Foundation Server (TFS) Architecture

    Team Foundation Server Logically works in 3-tier architecture that includes client tier, the application tier and the data tier. Client Tier : Client tier communicates with application tier for creating and managing projects and access project’s items. In this tier TFS has...
  • Wiki Page: Easy SQL Server Interview Questions For Beginners and Professionals

    What is SQL Server? Why is it used? There may be many questions like that. If you are a technical student or you are going for an interview for a post of DBA, these are the must obvious questions which will be in your mind. Sometimes SQL Server mistakenly referred as SQL but both are totally different...
  • Wiki Page: Think Before Implementation of Team Foundation Server (TFS)

    Table of Contents Introduction What will be the criteria to make a project Collection? What will be the benefit for making Team Project collection? What will be the criteria for making team project? See Also Introduction In an organization multiple development project or business unit are...
  • Wiki Page: Hyper-V: Update List for Windows Server 2012

    The latest Hyper-V service packs, updates, and hotfixes for Windows Server 2012 are listed here in chronological order with most recent updates placed at the top. Applies To : Windows Server 2012 Note : These updates and hotfixes can help avoid some known issues and may save you a support...
  • Wiki Page: Introduction to lead testing with visual studio

    Table of Contents  Chapter 1: Introduction Load testing introduction Difference Between load and performance test Performance testing: Load Testing: Process of Creating load Test in Visual Studio Guidelines for a Good...
  • Wiki Page: Configure App Management Service

    Overview: App Management Service is responsible to manage licenses and permissions of SharePoint apps Licenses of apps downloaded from Marketplace are stored in this application This application has its own database Every time a page/API within an app is hit SharePoint...
  • Wiki Page: Convert VBA Code to Transact-SQL

    Table of Contents Introduction Converting from MS Access [VBA] to SQL Server [T-SQL] Functions On Error GoTo Do Until Working with RecordSets RecSet.MoveNext RecSet.EOF RecSet.BOF Do Until RecSet.EOF For Each IIF Nested IIF statement Data type's bounders Text Date Rnd Function (ACCESS Random Function...
  • Wiki Page: How to Prevent Rogue DHCP Servers on your Network

    Table of Contents Introduction DHCP servers’ authorization in AD DS DHCP guard feature in Hyper-V DHCP snooping on network equipment How to detect rogue DHCP servers? Conclusion See Also Introduction Rogue DHCP servers are DHCP servers that are misconfigured, unauthorized unknowingly or configured...
  • Wiki Page: 2008 R2 Virtual Machine Migrated to 2012 Hyper-V Host Lost Clustered Communication

    After migrating Windows 2008 R2 server from 2008 R2 Host to 2012 SP1 Hyper-V Host, the virtual server stopped communicating to its cluster . Virtual server cluster service was marked as unreachable in Failover Cluster Manager. Clustered networks that belong to the migrated virtual server were also...
  • Wiki Page: 7034 and 7031 Problems

    Only remove print server role from the server and add it again. The problem was solved.
  • Wiki Page: Open 64bit command prompt in 32 bit command prompt (To execute 64 bit command prompt through SCCM)

    SCCM uses 32 bit cmd to install any application (this can by verified by checking task manager you will find cmd*32), which is equivalent to c:\windows\syswow64\cmd.exe.
  • Wiki Page: How to enable ALL Lync 2013 users for Persistent Chat Policy

    During deployment, one may not wish to enable Persistent Chat globally. However, the time may come where one will want to enable ALL users on Registrar Pool for Persistent Chat. The first part is to get your sample subset so that we can pass this subset over to the "Grant-CsPersistentChatPolicy"...
  • Wiki Page: Open 64bit command prompt in 32 bit command prompt ( To execute 64 bit command prompt through SCCM)

    SCCM uses 32 bit cmd to install any application (this can by verified by checking task manager you will find cmd*32), which is equivalent to c:\windows\syswow64\cmd.exe. Verify by looking task manager, processes, you will be able to see: cmd.exe*32 Every application even if we are using psexec...
  • Wiki Page: Work With Async

    Asynchronous Programming If you are working with applications such as windows store and Windows Phone applications you may be found lot of functions that with Async keyword. Why Async? We need async because when working with applications that interact with network (web, local network) , database...
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