Queuing a build in PowerShell

I just read Aaron’s post “Team Build Object Model – Queueing a Build” and I just had convert his code to PowerShell (for those of us that just hate waiting for code to compile!). So, here is how to Queue a build in PowerShell (uses my Get-BuildServer script found here): > $buildserver = Get-BuildServer “http://tfs:8080“>…

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Getting the Builds Associated with a Changeset Number

In the Orcas release we allow you to Query for builds (and build definitions) through the object model. However, the number of things you can filter the query on is somewhat limited. One of the things that I find that I need to query builds for is the Changeset that they are associated with. Here’s…

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Various PowerShell scripts

<Copying this post almost directly from James, but the scripts are my own. See his blog for more TFS scripts.>  This page just gives me a place to keep a most-recent-copy of my various PowerShell scripts, mostly related to Team Build.  This makes it easier for people that want to use them than having to…

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Average Build Size

So, I haven’t actually gotten a request for this, but I thought it might be useful 🙂 This entry is based on Team Build’s next version which is available in a CTP release right now, and will be in Beta very soon (don’t ask, I don’t know when). In the next version of Team Build,…

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Team Build OM thru PowerShell – Example GetAffectedBuildDefinitions

Well, it’s been a long time since I have had the time (okay made the time) to blog on something interesting. To make up for that, I have a quick entry that includes all kinds of interesting tidbits. This entry is based on Team Build’s next version which is available in a CTP release right…

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