SharePoint 2010: How to Install and Configure Team Foundation Server 2010 for SharePoint 2010

SharePoint 2010: How to Install and Configure Team Foundation Server 2010 for SharePoint 2010

1. Downloads 

Team Foundation Server 2010

Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 (TFS) is the collaboration platform at the core of Microsoft's application lifecycle management solution. TFS automates the software delivery process and gives you the tools you need to effectively manage software development projects throughout the IT lifecycle.

Supported operating systems: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista

The Team Foundation Installation Guide is a Microsoft Compiled HTML Help file (.chm), which you can open on any computer that supports this file type.

2. Install Process: Team Foundation Server 2010

 

Download the iso file and begin the setup and click to "configure"

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The installation will begin and click on Close

 

You can choose between different choises, for a 3-tier install select Advanced, for a stand-Alone farm select Standard Single Server

I choose for Advanced

 

Give the SQL Server name and test. If "ok" click then on Next

 

Use a service account or a user who has Administrator Rights. In my case I'm using my farm Administrator who is actually a user with Admin rights..

Test it and Next

 

Give a Web Server name with a Port. Choose also for a friendly Virtual Directory

 

You can choose to configure Reporting or not. it is NOT required.

 

Give the correct URL's.. If the url's are not correct you can't continue..

 

Also provide the Analysis Services and Test

 

Use a service account or a user with Administrator rights. In my case I'm using my farm Administrator who is actually a user with Admin rights..

Test it and Next

 

Give a existing Site Collection or Site and test it.

 

Enter a Project Name and Next

 

Only a Review and Next

 

Some Readiness Checks and the click on Configure

 

And the installation can begin

 

When Finished click Close

 

But when we try to connect to our SharePoint Site, we can see many errors on screen..

 

3. Install Process: Visual Studio 2010

 

Select "I have read and accept the license terms"

 

Choose Custom or Full . In my case I choose Custom..

 

Select what you need, In my case for testing I needed only C#.. And I added some additonal features

 

The install can begin..

 

Create a new Windows Froms Application Project

 

When project created Select "New Team Project" under Team Explorer

 

Give Friendly Names

 

Select CMMI or Agile

 

Create a new SharePoint Site and you will see, it will take the same as we created ( http://tfs.gokmania.local/tfs/agile)

 

Create a new empty source control folder

 

Just click Finish

 

On TFS Web Access we can see that our Project has been created..

 

On our SharePoint Site we can now edit ( connect )all webparts and give them the owa address.. and let him connect to it..

Edit Web Part >> Connect

 ccd

 

Or another way is again on Team Explorer right click and select "Show Project Portal'

 

And youre TFS is now connected with your SharePoint !!!

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  • Good one, but there are already 2-3 equivalent guides on the Wiki. Maybe create one for TFS 2012<->SP2013?

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