Using web.config transforms and Release Manager - TFS 2017/Team Services edition

This is a follow-up to an old post on Using Web.Config transforms and Release Manager that I did some time ago. That post was done on TFS 2015 and using the now “old” architecture of Release Management. This post will follow the same idea of deploying an application to Azure (App Service), but this time using…

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Using web.config transformations and Release Manager

UPDATE: Look for a newer version of this post that uses the new TFS 2017/Visual Studio Team Services new architecture.   First: yes, it’s been a long time since I published anything. It’s been a busy year and finding time to blog was really tough. For the commenters on my previous posts: apologies for not…

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Finding Event Subscriptions in TFS 2012 Using PowerShell

Update: Changed script to use System.Collections.ArrayList for increased performance Update: You can use the ArrayList but a better approach is to not use it and just pipeline each object out, so I updated the script to reflect that Well, I’m going thru some PowerShell training at the moment and thought I could continue to apply…

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Using PowerShell and TFS API to list users in TFS 2010 (and 2012)

Update: Just wanted to let everyone know that this PowerShell script also runs under PowerShell 3.0 and it also works with TFS 2012 Team Explorer. Update 2: After some training in Powershell, I updated the script below to also be in the form of an advanced function, taking optional parameters and also using TeamProjectPicker in…

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