You can integrate SharePoint 2013 with Team Foundation Server 2013 at any time and even link to your corporate SharePoint*.
I have been working with a company in Silicon Valley that is doing one of the most complex Team Foundation Server migrations that I think I have ever seen. Just to pile on the complexity they also threw a SharePoint consolidation at me so I caught that as well.
Users coming from a SharePoint 2010 system that try to access SharePoint 2013 after a migration receive a “this site has not been shared with you” message. This mean that they are not able to authenticate to SharePoint 2013.
After an upgrade of a SharePoint 2010 content database to SharePoint 2013 you may get an error message “Could not load file or assembly ‘MyCustomWebPart, Version=126.96.36.199, Culture=neutral, Public Token=6912jju2191j213ggv10’ or one of its dependants. The system cannot find the file specified” when you try to access a page.
When you try to map an individual Enterprise Project to a specific Team Project you get a TF294012: Cannot access the following enterprise project error that you can’t resolve.
I have recently been playing a lot with the new Office 2013 release and part of that is Project Server 2013. With the new Project Server Extensions being an integral part of any enterprise Team Foundation Server deployment I thought that I should kick the tires.
When you try to upload the default field mappings for Project Server 2013 integration with Team Foundation Server 2012 you can encounter a TF294026: The following work item field does not exist error.
When you try to call the binding command to map a Team Project Collection in Team Foundation Server 2012 to a Project Server 2013 Web Instance you can get a “TF294003” error.
Now that SharePoint 2013 is out I want to make sure that I can integrate SharePoint 2013 with Team Foundation Server 2012 without any trouble. I and some of my customers have been holding off on deploying SharePoint; waiting for this release.
If for some reason you need to re-install SharePoint 2010 as part of your TFS deployment you may get a “TF250052: Grant access rights already exists for the following Team Foundation Server URL: http://tfs01:8080/tfs. You should modify the existing access” but you don’t see anything in the existing list! Figure: Um… where is the existing […]