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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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How to use TFS 2012 Team Build for Visual Basic 6

Here is a process to build your VB6 projects in Team foundation Server 2012. 1. Have a copy of your VB6 project 2.Download the MSBuild Extension Pack from the below link and install it on the build machine.http://msbuildextensionpack.codeplex.com/ 3.Create a xml file with the contents as attached with the mail. Let us name this file as VBBuild.xml 4. Modify the xml to give your project name. 5. Now check-in your existing VB 6.0 project and the above xml file into the TFS...
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To recover the space occupied by TFS 2010, after deleting the artifacts.

When you delete the team project or project artifacts from TFS 2010, the TFS collection database won’t release the space occupied to store those artifacts. Even when you shrink the database file, you won’t see any change in the TPC database (.mdf) file size.To recover the space, follow the below steps (Please wait for couple of hours to execute this command after you deleted the artifacts): Delete the team project/project artifacts. Rebuild the index on the TPC database log file usin...
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