Customizing Check-in Actions in your Process Template

In my last post, I told users about a client side hack that we added to change the default check-in action from “Resolve” to “Associate”.  Most of the time I’ve heard questions about this, it is because a team has customized their process template to no longer include the Resolve state or adopted a template…

0

How To: Make “Associate” the default action for work items

I’ve heard this one a lot lately from many people, so I felt it was time to share more broadly.  While there is no way to do this in the UI in TFS 2010, there is a registry key that we added late in our release cycle to allow users to configure the default work…

17