Microsoft Azure DevOps TFS Action Pack

Manage your TFS repository, or simply retrieve artifacts from it when deploying your applications

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure DevOps and Azure DevOps Server (formerly called "Team Foundation Server" or "TFS") provide source code management (either via Team Foundation Version Control or Git), reporting, requirements management, project management, automated builds, lab management, testing and release management capabilities.

They cover the entire Application Lifecycle Management. They can be used as a back end to numerous integrated development environments but are designed to provide the most benefit by serving as the back end to Microsoft Visual Studio or Eclipse.

Automate builds, lab management, testing and release management with the TFS Action Pack.

These Actions access Team Foundation Server repositories. Use the Actions to check in/out files, create workspaces, add new files or to merge branches.


Additional Notes

Supported Systems

The following version of Team Foundation Server are supported:

  • Azure DevOps (cloud service)
  • Azure DevOps Server 2015 (TFS, on premise)

Setup

  • The "tf" utility is used as a prerequisite. Ensure, that the "tf" command is available on the path and executable. The tf utility should be placed on the environment path variable so it can be run from everywhere
  • The "tf" utility comes with visual studio professional(+) or as a part of the team explorer. Both need to have the corresponding version (TFS 2005 - VS2005 - TE2005, etc.).

Available Actions:

  • Add
  • Branch
  • Checkin
  • Checkout
  • Create Workspace
  • Delete
  • Get
  • Merge
  • Move

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Version 1.3.0

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Supported Systems

The following version of Team Foundation Server are supported:

  • Azure DevOps (cloud service)
  • Azure DevOps Server 2015 (TFS, on premise)

Setup

  • The "tf" utility is used as a prerequisite. Ensure, that the "tf" command is available on the path and executable. The tf utility should be placed on the environment path variable so it can be run from everywhere
  • The "tf" utility comes with visual studio professional(+) or as a part of the team explorer. Both need to have the corresponding version (TFS 2005 - VS2005 - TE2005, etc.).

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