[Sample Of Sep. 02] How to Register Test Controller using TFS APIs


Sample : http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/How-to-Register-Test-26fecb18

We can programmatically register the test controller with TFS using APIs.



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Comments (1)

  1. kiquenet says:


    It would be great more good samples (using practices and patterns) about TFS:

    IMHO, the more complete unit test or samples like this:

    Create Team Project

    Create WorkSpace

    Mapping local folder for Workspace

    Include files in Source Control (in those Workspace and TeamProject)

    Check Out file

    Check In file

    Create Branch

    View History


    View History

    Delete Branch

    Delete Mappings

    Delete WorkSpace

    Delete Team Project

    IMHO, the key important are good patterns and practices, and full source code samples using it

    Any final solution with full source code sample application ? IMHO, better samples for minimize learning curve are real applications with full source code and good patterns

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