2012년 8월 3일 금요일 오후 3:03
I have a solution done in CRM 2011 and now I want to add that solution in TFS for QA. So basically QA can log bugs based on the project.
Any steps for it , if it is possible?
2012년 8월 3일 금요일 오후 5:43중재자
When UR9 drops there is to be some tools to assist with the management of solutions and source control .
2012년 8월 6일 월요일 오후 2:11
Thanks for reply. I am more interested in keeping all my source code under TFS because there we have all other sharepoints projects lined up so was wondering as once I have solution package if i can keep it in TFS.
Any idea will be appreciated
2012년 8월 6일 월요일 오후 2:55
If I am understanding the question, you want to use TFS to manage your source files for your CRM solution?
This should not be a problem, all you would need to do is connect your VS instance to TFS (Team, Connect to Team Foundation Server), then right click on your project and select the option to add to source control?
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2012년 8월 6일 월요일 오후 3:44
yes that what i want to do. Is it possible to look at the script you have or plugin for use?
2012년 8월 6일 월요일 오후 4:46
No scripts or plugins are used, that functionality is built into Visual Studio (VS) 2008 and 2010.
I'm no TFS expert, but these are the basic concepts. Once you install the TFS client, which you would get from Microsoft MSDN, you get access to a new Menu in VS for 'Team'. On that menu is 'Connect to Team Foundation Server', and you enter the web address to your TFS server. Once that is established, you should be able to right-click on your project or solution file in the solution explorer window in VS and select an option to add the project to source control.
I did a quick Google search for 'managing check in for TFS' and came across this article that may help with the rest of the process.
There may also be some TFS specific forums available if you have questions on TFS.
As far as CRM Plugins, TFS just looks at it like a regular C# project as if you were writing a custom DLL/Assembly.