At a customer site we performed an upgrade from TFS 2010 to TFS 2013, moving from a computer in Workspace to a computer in Domain. With this operation we finally defined a DNS name for tfs so all user can access it from name, instead of using machine name. After we performed the upgrade, […]

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I’ve performed an upgrade from TFS2010 to TFS2013 at a customer site last week. The upgrade consisted in moving to a different machine and from a Workstation to an Active Directory Domain. The operation was simple, because the customer uses only Source Control and they want to spent minimal time in the operation, so we […]

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A customer updated his TFS 2010 to 2013 in a new machine running Windows Server 2012 R2 and Sql Server 2014. Everything went fine, until after few days they started having an error whenever he tried to do a GetLatest or a Check-in or Check-out operation. Error TF53001: The database operation was canceled by an […]

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One of the greatest advantage in using Git over a centralized Version Control System is branching system. It is quite common for developers to start branching whenever they need to add a new feature, work on that branch and finally merge back to mainline when the feature is finished. One of the most famous workflow […]

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One of the most interesting news of VSO in last months are service hooks and REST API to integrate VSO with third party tools. This capability is a key for success because ALM is really a complicated subject and rarely you can manage all of your applications with a single tools. VSO and TFS are […]

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