How to turn on compression for TFS 2010 web services


In the past, we’ve turned on compression for the SOAP responses for the TFS web services.  In TFS 2010, you must do it manually.  In the future, I hope we have it turned on by default.  It’s particularly good for teams that aren’t at the same location as the TFS server.  For users on a high-speed corporate network, it’s not likely to matter.

Grant wrote a post on how to turn it on: TFS2010: How to enable compression for SOAP traffic.

Comments (1)

  1. Peter Lindberg says:

    This is almost scary.. Was in a conference call with a collegue who had issues with loading Work Items in VS, as this blog post rolled in to my outlook rss reader :)

    Problem solved!

    Thanks a lot (to both Buck and Grant) :)