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table

adding to database project, 205–206

credit card numbers, renaming, 210–212

name, changing, 210–212

Task Content field, Microsoft Project, 357

tasks

Agile Software Development, 154

necessary, Team Foundation Build Server, 71–72

series of scheduled against database server, 124

unit of work, 277

TDD (test driven development), 14–15

team communication

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

Team Edition for Database Professionals

building and deploying

described, 201

project settings, defining, 207–208

Schema Compare feature, 209–210

described, 199

implementation phase

database project, creating new, 202–203

described, 201

importing database schema, 203–205

managing database schema, 205

modifying database schema, 205–207

need for, 200–202

testing

data generation, 212–216

data generator, building custom, 219–224

described, 201

refactoring, 210–212

unit testing, 216–219

Team Explorer

adding users to groups, 108–109

administrative functions, accessing, 61–62

client planning, 13–14

command-line tools, 63–65

configuring to use Team Foundation Server Proxy, 61

connecting to Team Foundation Server, 60

described, 6, 58

installing, 59

Internet Explorer enhanced security configurations, 59

new group, creating, 62

prerequisites, installing, 58–59

searching work item store, 289–290

users

adding and removing from group, 63

create ability, allowing, 65–67

Team Explorer/Team Editions, 73

Team Foundation Build, 6, 413–415

Team Foundation Build Server

architecture, 73–74

ASP.NET applications, 89

build execution, 77–80

build report, 80–82

build types, 74–77

CI, 84–85

customizing and extending

custom build tasks, 86–87

described, 85–86

existing build tasks, 86

registering custom task, 88

MSBuild, 72

.NET v 1.1 and VB 6.0 code, 88

nightly builds, 83–84

setting up

best practices, 93

common build drop site, 91–92

e-mail notifications, 90–91

managing builds, 89–90

multiple, 91

security permissions overview, 92

tasks, necessary, 71–72

typical builds, 83

weekly builds, 84

Team Foundation Core Services. See TFCS

Team Foundation Server

benefits of using, 3–5

book, topics covered by, 6

capacity planning

enterprise deployment, 10–11

performance and scope, 9–10

scenarios, 9

small-to-medium deployments, 10

client planning

editions, 13

Team Explorer, 13–14

Team Suite, 13

firewall modifications, 45

global level permissions, 98–99

hardware requirements

build, 16

memory, 15

server, 15

64-bit support, 17

SQL Server 2005 dual-server scenario, 16

test agent, 16

test controller, 16

Visual Studio 2005, 16

licensing model, 28

migrating and integrating existing tools and assets

benefits, 19

build script, 26

reporting, 26

testing tools, 26–27

version control, 20–24

work item tracking, 24–25

migrating tools

version control, 68–69

work item tracking, 70

network topologies

architecting your AD structure, 12

dual-server deployment, 11

single-server deployment (workgroup configuration), 11

test deployment using virtualization, 12

obtaining, 28

project data, compiling, 7–8

project group permissions, 99–100

security permissions overview, 96

security planning, 14

software requirements

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1 (SP1), 17

required service packs and software components, 17

SQL Server 2005, 17

Team Foundation Build, 18

Visual Studio 2005 and Team Explorer, 18

test plan, 14–15

test rig, 15

Visual Studio 2005, 5–6

Team Foundation Server Object Model. See TFSOM

Team Foundation Server over The WAN, 395

Team Foundation Server Proxy

client and server configuration, 401–403

described, 6, 49–50

how GET works, 399–401

installing, 398–399

managing, 403–405

offline working, 405–406

Team Explorer, configuring to use, 61

Team Foundation Server Services

multiserver, 44–45

single server, 48–49

Team Foundation Version Control. See TFVC

team member/developer, 33

team portal, developing on Web, 396

team project

areas and iterations, configuring

described, 193

Microsoft Excel, using to modify areas and iterations, 196

modifying areas, 193–195

modifying iterations, 195–196

creating

completing, 189–191

confirming settings, 188–189

described, 184

errors, common, 191–193

network errors, 192–193

permission errors, 191–192

process template, specifying, 184–186

project portal settings, specifying, 186–187

settings, specifying, 184

Version Control settings, specifying, 187–188

creation rights, AD domain controller, 65–67

described, 183–184

new project, setting up, 456–457

organizing

described, 196–197

interchanging MSF Agile Process Model team roles, 198

MSF Agile Process Model team roles, 197–198

TFVC, 317–318

Team Project information, 229

Team Queries folder, 290–291

Team Suite, Visual Studio 2005, 5

Team System

build scripts, transferring to, 26

finalizing projects, 447

tiers, illustrated, 4

Team Test Load Agent, 6

TeamFoundationServer object, 233–235

Team-of-Teams approach, Microsoft, 393

Teamprise, 14, 21, 381–382

telephone, 379

template

Conchango Scrum Process

classification, 173

described, 172

downloading, 169

groups and permissions, 173–175

process templates, 172–179

Windows SharePoint Team Portal, incorporating design into custom, 272–273

test agent, Team Foundation Server hardware requirements, 16

test cases

Agile Software Development, 154–155

managing team projects

code analysis, 372

described, 367–371

generic tests, 372

load tests, 372

manual, 371

performance tests, 372

unit tests, 372

Web tests, 372

test cast management, 397

test controller

Team Foundation Server, 19

Team Foundation Server hardware requirements, 16

test deployment

Virtual PC, 12

Virtual Server, 12

test driven development (TDD), 14–15

Test folder, 267

Tester role, MSF Agile Process Model, 197

testing

distributed load, 406–413

MSF custom process templates, 182

Team Edition for Database Professionals

data generation, 212–216

data generator, building custom, 219–224

described, 201

refactoring, 210–212

unit testing, 216–219

tools, 26–27

text/XML editor, 172

TFCS (Team Foundation Core Services)

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

TfsActivityLogging database, 125, 135

TfsAdminUtil command-line utility, 141–142

TFSAdminUtil.exe tool, 64

TfsBuild database, 125

TfsDeleteProject Commands, 453–454

TFSDeleteProject tool, 64

TfsIntegration database, 125

TFSOM (Team Foundation Server Object Model)

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

TFSREPORTS account, 33

TFSSecurity.exe tool described, 64

groups, creating, 106–107

Tracking Areas permission, setting, 115–116

users, adding to groups, 110

TFSSERVICE account, 33

TFSSETUP account

base user permissions, setting, 36

creating, 33

local Administrators group, verifying, 41, 47–48

setting up, 33

TfsVersionControl database, 125

TFSWarehouse database, 125

TfsWarehouse OLAP cube, 421–422

TfsWorkItemTracking database, 125

TfsWorkItemTrackingAttachments database, 125

TFVC (Team Foundation Version Control)

best practices

branching and merging, 335–336

check-in and check-out, 335

need for, 334

shelving, 336

trunk, 335

branching and merging, 313–316

check-in/check-out, 309–312

concepts, 303–304

Conchango Scrum Process Template, 176

configuring

adding to team project, 317–318

security considerations, 320

source files, adding, 318–319

converting from other version control systems

described, 324–325

Visual SourceSafe, VSSConverter to, 325–333

CS-Converter with Visual SourceSafe, 333–334

CVS system, 302

described, 301, 303

extensibility

custom check-in policies, 337–340

described, 336–337

MSSCCI provider, 341–343

object model, 341

Visual Studio 2005 Software Development Kit, 24

repository, 304–306

shelving, 322–323

Source Control Explorer

described, 320–321

security, setting, 321–322

Source Control Settings, 323–324

Subversion, 303

version numbers and changesets, 307

Visual Studio 2005 Software Development Kit, 24

VSS system, 302

VSSConverter with Visual SourceSafe

analyzing projects, 328–329

converting and viewing results, 331–333

described, 24

files, customizing for conversion, 330–331

prerequisites, 326–327

results, viewing analysis, 329–330

security concerns, 327

VSSConverter information, 325–326

workspaces, 307–309

_themes folder, 266

themes, Windows SharePoint Team Portal, 270–271

theory of constraints (TOC), 158

third party tools, 6

third-party processes, MSF, 169–170

Threat Analysis & Modeling tool, 153

threshold state, CMMI process improvement, 163

tiers, Team System, 4

time overruns, 148

time tracking, 361–363

time zone, Team Foundation Server, 234

TOC (theory of constraints), 158

@today query, 292

topologies, network

architecting your AD structure, 12

dual-server deployment, 11

single-server deployment, 11

test deployment using virtualization, 12

tracking system, work item

administration

creating item, 288–289

history, viewing work item's, 292–293

Microsoft Excel, 275, 293–294

Microsoft Project integration, 293–294

searching work item store, 289–292

Conchango Scrum Process Template, 177–179

customizing

existing work item, 285–287

and extending, 278–279

described, 278, 380–381

form, 278

MSF Agile process model types, 276–277

object model, 294–297

queries, 279

reasons for, 275–276

Team Foundation Server, 24–25

Team Foundation Server migrating tools, 70

WIQL, 298–299

work item type XML file overview, 280–285

transaction log, recovery modes, 124

triage report, CMMI process improvement, 165–166

troubleshooting

data warehouse, 437

Team Foundation Build issues, 93

trunk, best practices, 335



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

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