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CAL (client access license), 413

<CANNOTLOSEVALUE /> field rule, 282

Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) certification, 148

Capability Maturity Model Integration process improvement. See CMMI process improvement

capacity planning

enterprise deployment, 10–11

performance and scope, 9–10

scenarios, 9

small-to-medium deployments, 10

Carnegie Mellon SEI (Software Engineering Institute), 148

_catalogs folder, 266

CCVs (common cause variations), 158

centralized information, communication and, 380

Chambers, Davis S. (Understanding Statistical Process Control), 164

change request, 277

chaos, CMMI process improvement, 163

Check phase, quality management, 161

check-in/check-out

best practices, 335

custom policies, 337–340

TFVC, 309–312

Chinese (People's Republic of China) language support, 417

Choose Team Project button, 352

CI (continuous integration), 84–85

classification

Conchango Scrum Process Template, 173

folders, ProcessTemplate.xml, 171

TFCS service, 229

ClearQuest workflow, 24

client

build server, installing, 93

Team Explorer, 13–14

Team Foundation Server components, 5–6

Team Foundation Server editions, 13

Team Foundation Server Proxy, 401–403

Team System, illustrated, 4

client access license (CAL), 413

CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) certification, 148

CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) process improvement

failure rate of software projects, 155–156

Level 3 process maturity, 157–161

progress, tracking

brink of chaos, 163

bug rates, 166

chaos, 163

cumulative flow diagram, 164

ideal state, 162

quality indicators, 166–167

remaining work report, 164–165

threshold state, 163

triage report, 165–166

unplanned work, 167–168

velocity chart, 165

Wheeler's diagram, 163–164

Project Retrospective, 448

release management activities, 444–446

risk and issues, managing, 168–169

work item types, 277

Codd, Dr. Edgar F. (relational database model inventor), 421–422

code

analysis, 372

check-in integration, 373

source, documenting, 7

CodePlex, 65

Microsoft community site, 395

Team Foundation Administration Tool under development, 65

Cognizant Feature Driven Development process, 169

collection

of fields, 280

of work flow states and transitions, 280

command line

groups

adding users to, 64, 110

creating new with, 106–107

security permissions, setting, 112–113

Team Explorer tools, 63–65

test automation, 373–375

common build drop site, 91–92

common cause variations (CCVs), 158

communication, team

challenges, 377–378

disadvantages of current methods

described, 378–379

e-mail, 379

file shares, 379–380

telephone, 379

Team Foundation Server

flow, improving, 382–384

instant messaging, receiving tasks via, 384–389

Microsoft Groove 2007, 392

multiple platforms, 381–382

status, tracking via Outlook, 389–392

tools, 380–381

Community Technology Preview (CTP) 3, 199

company governance documents, 9

completed work, 362

Completed Work field, 363–364

completing software projects

documenting improvements and best practices, 450–451

finalizing projects in Team System

postmortems, 448–450

project artifacts, exporting and saving, 448

new project, setting up

assets, migrating other, 459

new team project, 456–457

version control migration, 457–458

workflow, 458

release management

within MSF, 443–446

tasks in Team System, 446–447

removing project from server

deleting team project, 451–453

TfsDeleteProject Commands, 453–454

uninstalling Team System, 454–456

ComponentWare's Converter, 22

Conchango Scrum Process Template

classification, 173

described, 172

downloading, 169

groups and permissions, 173–175

process templates, 172–179

connecting Team Explorer to Team Foundation Server, 60

connection strings, 142–143

constraints, 158

continuous integration, 74, 414

continuous integration (CI), 84–85

copy-modify-merge model, 310

cost overruns, 148

CPU requirements

Team Foundation Build, 16

Team Foundation Server, 15

Visual Studio 2005, 16

crash protection

data tier, SQLServer 2005, 126–131

disaster recovery

built-in Windows tools, 123

ease of use, 123

importance, 121–122

plan, 122

SQL Server 2005 Backup and Restore, 123–124

third-party tools, 123

Team Foundation Server

databases, 125–131

encryption key, 131–133

credit card numbers

generating, 219–224

stored procedures, retrieving, 206–207

table, renaming, 210–212

Crosby, Philip (Quality is Free and Quality Without Tears), 156

Crystal Reports, 26

CS-Converter with Visual SourceSafe, 333–334

CTP (Community Technology Preview), 199

culture, Team Foundation Server, 234

cumulative flow diagram, CMMI process improvement, 164

custom check-in policies, extensibility, 337–340

custom development tools

extensibility versus customization, 227–228

TFCS

classification service, 229

described, 6, 228–229

eventing service, 229–230, 240–242

linking service, 229, 230–231, 244–246

registration service, 229, 231

security service, 229, 231, 243–244

subscribing to an event, 231–232

TFSOM

described, 232–233

IAuthorizationService, 236–238

ICommonStructureService, 238–240

IGroupSecurityService, 243–244

ILinking, 244–246

IProcessTemplates, 246–247

IRegistration, 247–250

IServerStatusService, 250–251

services, accessing, 235–236

TeamFoundationServer object, 233–235

VersionControlServer, 251–252

WorkItemStore, 252–254

custom reports

Team System, 429–431

VSTS, 428

customer

members, working with, 350

scope change, 167

CVS system, 302



Professional Team Foundation Server
Professional Team Foundation Server
ISBN: 0471919306
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 168

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