I hear this question a lot!!!
Microsoft in TFS 2010 has changed the rules in the Source Control, what happens now is when moving an Item or a Branch or using the Rename command all the history suddenly disappears.
When it happens the users are getting in to panic mode because all there history is not where they expect it to be…
So where is it and what do I need to do in order to see my history?
In order to see what happens lets create a similar situation where my history “disappears”:
I will take the branch Iteration 2 from Development folder...
Since the release of the new SP1 beta of TFS 2010 and VS2010 that I have published about in my post: "Visual Studio 2010 And TFS 2010 Service Pack 1 Beta Has Released"
, I have received a lot of questions about what’s new.
I have just read a very good post by: “Learn TFS” that summarize all that is new in this service pack.
You can read more in: “Visual Studio 2010 SP1 and TFS 2010 SP1 Roundup”
Finally it is here!
I have writen about the feature pack 2 in my post: “New Feature Pack For Testing Is About To Be Delivered Including Silverlight Support!”
You can download the feature pack only if you are a MSDN Subscriber and you have Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate Edition Premium Edition or Test Professional from here.
The Feature Pack 2 is already including Feature Pack 1.
A few days ago Brian Harry has announced the New Features and Testing Capabilities that will be released in what the call “Feature Pack 2” that is dedicated to the Testing World.
Between these features there is the one thing that many are waiting for: The Recording for Silverlight!
Below you can read more about the grate features that will be released with “Feature Pack 2”, the list is taken from Brian Harry’s post that you can read here.
Has Soon as this pack will be released I will let you know...
Testing Silverlight Applications
Now you can test your Silverlight apps as well...
The Tech-Ed is coming closer, the excitement is high and preparations are now intensive in order to give you the best session in Tech-Ed!!!
I have a session together with Coby Peled from Microsoft, we are going to present the Lab Management.
An article regarding the Lab Management was published today in the Teck-Ed site: “All you wanted to know about the Lab Management and didn’t know who to ask”
I hope to see you all at our session…
There is an issue with VS 2010 that shows an incorrect message:
"Insufficient available memory to meet the expected demands of an operation at this time, possibly due to virtual address space fragmentation. Please try again later."
When you try to Cut or Copy code.
If you run with this issue there is a release of a patch that can be downloaded in the following link:
All you need to do is download and install it.
Note: In case of a real memory problem this patch will do nothing, it will only solve the problem of false memory errors.
I have recorded a video demoing the Coded UI Test, I have put a lot of effort making it short and informative.
I have recorded the video in Hebrew, I hope to upload an English version soon…
This demo is based on a Coded UI Test User guide I have published in English, the first post of the guide is:
"Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Introduction"
You can download the video from the following link:http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/files/folders/eranruso/entry645448.aspx
I have also uploaded the video to YouTube you can watch it here:
This post is the Fourth post out of Four that builds the Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide. See the first post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Introduction”, the second post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Create A Simple Coded UI Test” and the third post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Get A Coded UI Test Created In Manual Test Using The MTM Tool”
On this post I will show how to add validation rules to the Coded UI Test that we have previously recorded.
These instractions will work for all the Visual Studio 2010 versions.
Upgrading your Visual Studio 2010 is a very simple task, just follow these steps:
Step 1: Go to Add Remove Programs from the control panelStep 2: Uninstall Visual StudioStep 3: Uninstall the .NET Framework 4.0 ExtendedStep 4: Uninstall the .NET Framework 4.0 Client ProfileStep 5: Install the RTM version of Visual Studio
That is all.
This post is the Third post out of Four that builds the Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide. See the first post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Introduction” and the second post: “Visual Studio 2010 Coded UI Test User Guide - Create A Simple Coded UI Test”
On this post I will show how to create a Coded UI Test based on prerecorded Coded UI Test.
In the Microsoft Test Management (MTM) tool you run Test Plans with the Test Runner, In case that the “Action Log and Action Recording” collector is turned on the...