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A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control
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A Deeper Look at Team Foundation Server 2012 Version Control

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A more comprehensive overview of the version control capabilities in Team Foundation Server 2012.

A more comprehensive overview of the version control capabilities in Team Foundation Server 2012.

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  • Version control security can be applied at any level of scope within a team project (project, branch, folder, file).
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    • 1. A Deeper Look atTFS 2012 VersionControlSteve LangeSr. Developer Technology Specialist
    • 2. Web Service SQL Server VersionApplication backend Control ProxyCommunication via Scalable Network-near cacheHTTP(S) for versioned artifacts ManageableRuns on IIS
    • 3. Server WorkspacesLocal Workspaces
    • 4. Check-in Lock Check-out LockLess restrictive Prevents any changes from being made by othersA check-in lock is less restrictive than acheck-out lock. Only applies to server workspacesOther users can make local changes, but Can be applied to files with no pendingnot check in changes anywhere
    • 5. Read Read the contents of a file or folderCheck out Check out and make a pending change to items in a folderCheck in Check in items and revise any committed changeset commentsLabel Label itemsLock Lock and unlock folders or filesRevise other users changes Edit the comments on checked-in files, even if another user checked in the fileUnlock other users changes Unlock files locked by other usersUndo other users changes Undo a pending change made by another userAdminister labels Edit or delete labels created by another userManage permissions Manage other users permissions for folders and files in version controlCheck in other users Check in changes that were made by other users. Pending changes will be committed at check-inchangesMerge For a given path can merge changes into this pathManage branch For a given path can convert any folder under that path into a branch. Can also edit properties, re-parent, and convert a branch to a folder
    • 6. versionspec Changeset [C]n /v:C8 Label Llabel [file];LMyLabelName Date & Time Dyyyy-mm-ddTxx:xx /version:D2012-03-22 (or any format supported by .NET or on /version:D2012-03-22T09:00 local machine) Workspace (current) W Workspace (specified) Wworkspacename; WResolveRIConflicts;PeterW workspaceowner Tip T
    • 7. tf get [itemspec] [/version:versionspec] [/all] [/overwrite] [/force] [/remap][/recursive] [/preview] [/noautoresolve] [/noprompt][/login:username,[password]]tf get *.cs /recursivetf get program.cs;8tf checkout [/lock:(none|checkin|checkout)] [/recursive] [/encoding:encoding]itemspec [/login: username,[password]]tf checkout program1.cs program2.c
    • 8. tf checkin [/author:author name] [/comment:("comment"|@comment file)] [/noprompt][/notes:("Note Name"="note text"|@notefile)] [/override:(reason|@reasonfile)][/recursive] [/saved] [/validate] [itemspec] [/bypass] [/force] [/noautoresolve][/login:username,[password]] [/new]tf checkin /comment:"Re-implemented Pi calculator"tf checkin program.cs /noprompttf label labelname[@scope] [/owner:ownername] itemspec [/version:versionspec][/comment:("comment"|@commentfile)] [/child:(replace|merge)] [/recursive][login:username,[password]] [/collection:TeamProjectCollectionUrl]tf label goodbuild /version:3 $/src/314.cstf label goodbuild docs /recursive
    • 9. tf stat[us] itemspec [/collection:TeamProjectCollectionUrl][/login:username,[password]] ([/workspace:workspacename[;workspaceowner]] |[/shelveset:shelvesetname[;shelvesetowner]]) [/format:(brief|detailed)][/recursive][/user:(*|username)] [/nodetect]tf stat SolutionA* /recursivetf add itemspec [/lock:(none|checkin|checkout)] [/encoding:filetype] [/noprompt][/recursive] [/noignore] [/login:username,[password]]tf add *.cs /recursive
    • 10. Summary
    • 11. Steve Langesr. developer technology specialiststevenl@microsoft.com@stevelange | http://slange.me
    • 12. © 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on thepart of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
    • 13. Figure 1:MagicQuadrant forApplicationLifecycleManagement
    • 14. Visual Studio 2012 homepage DownloadsVisual Studio 2012 Product GuideVisual Studio 2012 Product ComparisonVS 2012 ALM VM and LabsVisual Studio 2012 ReadmeVisual Studio 2012 Learning Library Articles Videos
    • 15. Using Version Control Whats New in Version Control Get Started Develop Your App Suspend Your Work Check In Your Work Isolate Risk View and Manage Past Versions Compare Folders and Files Resolve File Conflicts Work with Version Control Locks Version Control Commands
    • 16. Converting from Visual SourceSafeSVN (by Timely Migration)ClearCaseBridging with GitSVN Bridge
    • 17. ALM with Visual Studio and TFSCross-Platform DevelopmentExtending Team Foundation ServerTFS Integration Platform

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