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Solution #1 (preferred) Right click the SharePoint 2013 Central Administration > Run as administrator Solution #2 ( I do not think this solution works!!!!) (Thanks to this blog post) Copy the Central Administration URL. Ex: h ttp://tfs01:47345/ Go to Internet Options Select Security tab Select Local intranet Select Sites Paste the URL in step 1 (if ...


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There isn't much you can do to improve this workflow, although a stand-alone TFS client will make it a little easier. SharePoint Designer is a great tool for working with artefacts and customizations in the content database, but is not really designed to work as a development environment. It needs to work in the context of a functioning site. You also need ...


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Yes; you can totally accomplish what you wish without a deep knowledge of TFS. I will provide some tips that I hope will save you a lot of time without looking through all the MS documentation and you might even consider a different route after you read this... First, know that there is a customizable set of files that comprise a Process Template; a ...


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A TFS build server doesn't necessarily have to have SharePoint truly installed. You just need to ensure the assemblies for each version of SharePoint are available during the build process. You can have two versions of the same assemblies in the GAC. In addition, I would simply copy the 14 HIVE from a 2010 server and the 15 HIVE from a 2013 server to the ...


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I believe this is what you are looking for. You can export a specific file or object from the Export-SPWeb context, not the whole kitten kaboodle. Export-SPWeb -identity "http://sharepoint" -ItemUrl "/default.aspx" -Path "c:\default.aspx" Import-SPWeb -identity "http://sharepoint" -Path "C:\default.aspx"


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In SharePoint 2010 development, TFS can be used just like the same way you use it other Visual Studio 2010 projects. In VS2010, you got templates that are specifically created for building SharePoint solutions. You choose from those templates to build SharePoint artifacts. Once you have identified your template to use, go ahead and create your team project ...


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I suggest that you review "Customizing Team Foundation Server Project Portals". It has most of the details of how the integration works. In your case, you may not need to change the site definition, but rather may only need to provision the document library folders and documents. A next step would be to create one or more custom features to add custom ...


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The first thing I would try is to re-build the cube; You can do this from the Reports tab within the TFS Administration Console on the TFS server desktop. All of the data in the Tfs_analysis cube comes from the data you put into other databases, so you don't need to worry about this rebuild affecting the availability of your TFS 2010 Server. If data in your ...


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TFS can integrate with SharePoint by installing TFS on the SharePoint server (and installing the extension). I have used it before and found it very valuable. It allow business users (non-devs) who may not have access to TFS to add work items/bugs etc. and check bug fix rates and do reporting. This is an MSDN article about integrating TFS and SharePoint: ...


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This error message indicates that the SharePoint service account (the one that the IIS application pool is configured with) cannot be authenticated by TFS. The SharePoint service accounts (for your SharePoint web applications that are running Central Admin, and any content web applications) need to a member of the "Service Accounts for SharePoint Web ...


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you should use WebRequest $web = Get-SPWeb $webUrl $path = "C:\file.aspx" $request = [System.Net.WebRequest]::Create($url) $request.UseDefaultCredentials = $true #do web request - if exception -> item does not exist try { $response = [System.Net.WebResponse]$request.GetResponse(); if ($response.StatusCode -ne "OK") { write-host "Error: ...


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The DNS limitation is going to be a headache for you; it will complicate the use of Kerberos. Using stand-alone SharePoint servers to develop against will likely cause deployment and stabilization issues as well. Developing against a stand-alone server will not allow you to test things like double hops. Instead of using the VMs as duplicates of each other ...


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As I understood you need source of the file from content DB to check it into Source Control. Please, try the following code: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Sharepoint.Powershell $web = Get-SPWeb <path to web> $file = $web.GetFile('<relative path to file>'); $bytes = $file.OpenBinary(); [System.IO.File]::WriteAllBytes('<path to file on your disk>', ...


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its recommended to stop the WWW but if you dont want then you can stop all SharePoint related Web Sites/ App Pools on all servers. this way TFS having no issue.


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Just discovered the following blog post which explains how to fix it: WSS Search: Your search cannot be completed because this site is not assigned to an indexer Copied from there: Go to Central Admin as login as the farm Administrator Go to Application Management tab Select SharePoint Web Application Management heading | Content databases ...


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For groups that do a lot of small projects, sometimes it's best to have a TFS project for the Team, and not multiple projects per development project. For example, perhaps you're using scrum, and your backlog has items from HR and other groups. But, even though there are different "projects" with different deadlines and even different technologies, it's ...


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Another approach is possible : $web = get-spweb http://server/yoursite $file = $web.GetFile("$($web.Url)/pages/home.aspx") [System.IO.File]::WriteAllBytes("$(gl)\$($file.Name)", $file.OpenBinary()) This will write in the current directory the content of the file "Pages/home.aspx"


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There is a similar question on the same topic - TFS Project linking to sharepoint 2010 and I have posted a response that may be helpful. The approach would be to access the internals of TFS via its object model.


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As Russ said you would need to make sure that: TFS Service account is in the Farm Administrators group also you could additionally add that user via User Policy as a FULL CONTROL (without "Run as System") You have installed the SharePoint Extensions on the SharePoint machine (which i believe is the same as TFS from your message). Make sure you also find 2 ...


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This question has already been asked in SE. Team Foundation Build or TeamCity? TeamCity vs Team Build


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Had similar issue, and if I recall correctly it was solved by installing ASP.NET and Windows Forms Chart Controls for .NET Framework 3.5 SP1.


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Since SharePoint 2010 and Analysis Services 2008 were on seperate machines, I could see the logon via Windows Authentication as DOMAIN\TFSReports was succeeding on the Analysis Services machine in Event Viewer\Security logs. So I knew Excel Services was getting that far... Googling in general about the PF_CHECK_ERROR and "class not registered" it looked ...


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Team Foundation Server provides reporting capabilities that can show various indicators of your development life cycle (ALM) - Creating Reports for Team Foundation Server 2010. You can also customize the reports - Creating, Customizing, and Managing Reports for Visual Studio ALM. UPDATE: While there are integration points between TFS and SharePoint, I think ...


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Just by installing TFS 2010 using its default settings comes with WSS 3.0. This also means not SharePoint Powershell, only simply PowerShell. You should uninstall WSS 3.0 (after disconnecting your Project Collections via the TFS Administration Console) and then re-install at least SharePoint 2010 Foundation. If you have already documentation in your sites, ...


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You need to have SharePoint 2010 installation on your Windows Server 2008 if you want to access SharePoint Management Shell http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee806878.aspx After installing SharePoint 2010 Products, the applicable Windows PowerShell cmdlets are available by using the SharePoint 2010 Management Shell, or by using the Windows ...


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This is a very common problem when you migrate sites in sharepoint. The reason for this is Look carefully into the following :- Publishing/Approval Status of the master page. Publishing/Approval of the page layout used in the landing page. Publishing/Approval of the landing page. Additionally, review all source code in the current master page and page ...


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You have a whole set of TFS webparts that you can deploy and activate in SP2010. They come with the TFS installation files. See Extensions for SharePoint Products or Add Integration with SharePoint Products to a Deployment of Team Foundation Server And this YouTube video for a visual overview of what they provide.


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In the SharePoint Web Application containing the TFS web sites, you need to add Public URL (http://domainex.com) to AAM (Alternate Access Mapping). You do this in Central Admin (http://CA_URL/_admin/AlternateUrlCollections.aspx). You can use any Zone you wish for the Public URL, probably Default is taken, so use some other that is not defined. Then in IIS ...



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