Did you know that Team Foundation Server 2013 is production ready?
Issue [ TFS 2012.2 ] Detaching collection fails on SnapshotIdentities with object reference not set to an instance of an object
When you try to detach a Team Project Collection in Team Foundation Server the process fails on SnapshotIdentities with an “object reference not set to an instance of an object” error. While this does not inhibit the execution of TFS there is likely a good reason that you wanted to detach and found this issue.
Although many of my customers have been having a go at installing Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2012 Update 1 themselves one or two have had issues. While these issues […]
When running the upgrade from Team Foundation Server 2012 to Team Foundation Server 2012 Update 1 you get a TF400432 error stating that the Team Foundation Server configuration was unable to connect to SharePoint administration site.
Did you know that you can use Teams without areas using a team field in Team Foundation Server 2012 or 2013? There are numerous reasons to do this but the decision should not be taken lightly.
You get an error while upgrading Team Foundation Server 2012 to Update 1 with a “TF254027: You must correct all errors before you continue”, “TF255375: the configuration database that you specified cannot be used” and a “TF255430: the database was partially upgraded during a failed upgrade”.
As usual I am going to update my local Team Foundation Server environment to Team Foundation Server 2012 Update 1 first and with Windows 8 and Hyper-V that is easy. If you are creating a new Team Foundation Server 2012 instance you can just install directly from the Update 1 media. Its all there…
Upgrading your Process Template in Team Foundation Server regardless of the version is something pretty hard. Think of it like changing your mind on the blueprints of a building after you have finished construction. If you are making a small change, like adding a field, then this will be easy. But if you want to fundamentally change the structure of your work items and their workflow then you are looking at a bigger and much more complicated solution.