Something to remember -
BisSubscribe.exe is the command-line tool for maintaining alerts for Team Foundation Server
This tools is installed on the server, and by default ends up in the following path:
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server\TF Setup
Supposedly, you can list all the events that can have alerts attached to them by using the web service on the TFS box - eg.
http://localhost:8080/Services/v1.0/registration.asmx/GetRegistrationEntries but this fails with an exception for me.
We’ve taken the decision to run Visual Studio 2005 Professional for now (until we figure out the costs of going to Team Edition)
I thought this also might be the ideal time to do a complete reload of my workstation. A chance to re-install everything from scratch and lose all the accumulated rubbish that ends up on your PC after a year or two of use.
This isn’t something I do often, as it take about a day and a half to reinstall the OS + all the various applications that I regularly use (approximately 50 on my list)
But one day on, and my list is already out of date! Time to uninstall the March CTP of Atlas and try out the April one. Roger’s already making use of Atlas in our new Online Assessment Tool that we’re working on, so this is relevant to us.
Another year older, and I’ll also be getting ADSL2+ on the same day :-)
Enables integrated use of Team Foundation Version Control with products that don’t support Team Explorer integration.
I came across this free .NET graphing/charting component. It work with Windows Forms as well as ASP.NET.