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VSTS Copy Dashboard Tool

The Copy Dashboard tool replicates/copies the existing dashboard from one team to either single or multiple teams and reduces time & effort of recreating widgets and charts.
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Extent Reports in Selenium CSharp (C#)

Reports play a fundamental role when it comes to TESTING. Tester can now  know the real-time reports of test suit execution. Reports made ease to know the ratio of Pass? : Fail? post-test suit execution and it is the only documentation to know about test execution results.Everyone wish to see the detailed description of the test results. Don’t you? here is the solution for it. And, let us see how these reports can be achieved? in Selenium C# - NUnit framework automation testing.To ac...
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VSTS Team project Monitor

Let us discuss how to install VSTS team project monitor and how we can make use of it easily.Particularly the extension allows you to view the total number of team projects created, list of online team projects for an account, process templates being used and option to delete one or more Team projects at one go.
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Connect apps and integrate data with workflows using Azure Logic Apps

Implementing complex business process has been made easy. Logic Apps in azure provide a way to implement simplified scalable integrations and workflows in the cloud. It provides a flow chart designer to model and automate your process as a series of steps known as a workflow. Connectors are available across the cloud and on-premises to quickly integrate. A logic app begins with a trigger (like 'When you add a media to Instagram ') and after firing can begin many combinations of branched ...
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TFS to VSTS Migrations

The next evolution of TFSWhether you’re a startup or Enterprise or you’re a team of just one, with Visual Studio Team Services you can easily carry out all the DevOps activities like plan, develop, test, deploy and monitor your business critical applications, from anywhere. You don’t need a large infrastructure team, and you don’t need to touch a single server. We are excited to announce our consulting service on “TFS to Visual Studio Team Services Migration&rd...
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Setup Jenkins for VSO with TFVC

Jenkins provides an easy-to-use Continuous Integration method, making it easier for developers to integrate changes to the project.We can use Visual Studio Online (VSO) to store code and use Jenkins for Continuous Integration builds.  A Jenkins build can be triggered when code is checked into TFS with TFVC as the code repository.In this blog, I am showcasing the ability of using TFS Version Control of a team project setup in VSO for Jenkins build system. Pre-requisites:1.  &n...
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TFS 2013 Build Template Customization

How to enable logging verbosity process parameter in build definition?Verbosity for a build will help us to debug the build results to see what exactly went into build. In TFS 2013, default build process template TfvcTemplate.12.xaml verbosity level is set to “Normal” by default and if we need to change the verbosity level we have to download and open the template and set the Verbosity property value of RunMsBuild activity to Detailed or Diagnostic or Minimal (Figure 1.1) and then ch...
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Migrating TFS 2013 Version Control to TFS Git with changeset history

There are several articles on the web describing the migration technique with minimal details. This article is an effort to provide the complete information to successfully migrate from the TFS VC to the TFS GIT VC. TFS ‘out-of-the-box’ does not provide any tools to export import source code or changesets. Usually, if we want to move current source code, we can get the latest source to a machine, un-bind the source, check-in to new location. For the work items, we can export the...
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TFS Build for .Net 2.0 Projects

Clients have strange requirements. The other day I had been to a client for a discussion. These guys are using .Net 2.0 framework for their application. What’s strange is that new development is also happening in 2.0 framework.The problem arose when these guys wanted to use TFS Team build for building their legacy apps written in .Net 2.0. As you guys might be aware, MS Build (part of TFS Build) can be used to build only applications with .Net framework 3.0 and above.When back in office, d...
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