June 2007 - Posts
Why output script from VSTS for Database pro failed to execute in Management Studio?
Database pro output scripts are valid t-sql syntax, but remember: Database pro uses SQLCMD to deploy databases.
How can you make it run?
In Management Studio you need to swap into SQLCMD mode.
- Tthrough the Query -> SQLCMD Mode menu.
- Click the red exclaimation icon in your toolbar.
A unique exterme learning event will take place in Tel-Aviv, the NESS campus, on July 2-4.
The event is all about Microsoft new technologies and tools and will have classes on variety of subject, from SilverLight to C# 3.0 and other exciting issues.
There will be 3 Team System courses:
- VSTS Overview - Ariel Gur-Arie
- Team System for DB Professionals – an intensive introduction - Maor David
- Team System for Testers - Guy Kolbis
The speakers are VSTS experts that will talk not just about features and capabilities but will also share their field experince and knowledge.
You can register throught the link I've pasted here.
Sarit Tamir previously submitted a post that introduces SRL's bloggers Guy Kolbis, Maor David and Leon Langleyben. I recently published in my blog several posts regarding advanced issues for a tester in the VSTS Testers edition.
You can read more about them in these links:
The next meeting will take place on June 11 on our regular location: Microsoft building in Raanana. The meeting will start on 17:30.
The meeting will focus around Visual Studio future relase, code name Orcas. Leon Langleyben will go through the new features and enhancements in the new release in both the server (TFS) and the client tools.
You can register to the RSS feed of the group from here.
Don't miss it. See you there
Dudu Shmaya has treated us to a new TFS utility. Dudu was inspired by a post by Brian Harry that introduced a plug-in between SnagIt and TFS and decided to create a plug-in to his prefered image cropping tool.
You can download both Cropper and the Plug-in from this post.
Using the plug we can capture images of the screen and attach them to work items with a simple click on PrtScrn