If your project have a big number of build definitions you may use it for visualize it like a build tree.
The only configuration required is selecting the split character:
Release Management in VS2015 will be a huge improvement from the previous version. It’s worth watching the video below like a quick teaser, seems very promissing.
Today I was looking some old things that I brought from canada the. I notice that there was several places that I’ve been and that it must be interesting for who is visiting Toronto.
I really recommend to go to hockey, basket and basebal. Specially if you can’t see these matches in your country. I could even find some cheap tickets :)
It is a must! You must go to Niagara Falls if you are in Toronto. It’s awesome, and usually there are some trips that are not so expensive. They usually stay for a while in a city called Niagara’s on the lake, very beautiful. Also we visited some wineries, and also we tasted some wine during the trip.
Canada’s wonderland is for who likes amusement parks! I went to the park 3 times in one month, so I won’t meet to say if I liked, right?
Casa Loma, CN Tower, Zoo, ROM and Ontario Science Centre. I went in then paying separately but there is a city pass where you pay 40% less, but you need to buy it over Internet – http://www.citypass.com/toronto
Also I went to the beaches :)… This is the map that my host mother gave me.
You may also go to the islands, it’s cheap and you will have an awesome view from Toronto from the other side of the lake.
I got this situation here. Deployment step as pending forever! Even after the actions were concluded.
I tried lot of things, what solved was to remove all items from Release Template and re add them.
That’s bad how it is, but for some reason Release Management gets lost sometimes with its components.
Here what was blocking me was the rollback component, once I removed the release started going until the end.
Hope it helps you, ‘cause I lost some time investigating that.
Release Management allow us to add the Rollback Always out of the sequence object, and for some mistake it was like that here.
After adding Roolback Always in the Sequence it worked well.
Got the idea to remove some components from here.
One word: Proud
Publicado originalmente em Christine's life:
First of all, who is writing this is my boyfriend. He forced me to create this blog to share my experiences in Canada.
As it’s my first time abroad, I will experience lot of awesome things. I can say that I can’t write well in English so hopefully I’ll improve it after some weeks in Toronto. Yes, I’m going for Toronto, for 3 months to learn English and to see how is to live in another country.
I want to post every day, at least a single picture and few words. Let’s see :)
Today I was asked about how we may scale out our build services. TFS allow us to have only one Build controller per collection, so we can’t create more than one controller to improve the availability, instead we may add more agents to the existing controller.
When you reach the window above you can select the option Scale out build services and attach other agents to some existing controller.