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TFS15 RC2 Upgrade with SQL Server 2016 AlwaysOn

Upgrading is very straight forward, improvements were done in .NET 4.6.1 related to the MultisubnetFailover and AlwaysOn.  Here is the section from the .NET team this blog post that is relevant for SQL AlwaysOn.  The connection string in TFS still sets MultisubnetFailover to true but it is no longer required any longer. Improve MultisubnetFailover connection […]

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Upgrade SQL Server 2012 for TFS 2013 to SQL Server 2014

Starting July 1st, Microsoft will be adding SQL Server 2014 to the list of license grants for Team Foundation Server 2013.  SQL Server 2014 is supported by TFS 2013 with the caveat that it has increased hardware requirements compared with previous versions. Microsoft also has a KB Article titled “Performance decreases in TFS 2013 Update […]

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Versioning your SQL Server Database using Team Build and Release Management

You’ve versioned your assemblies using Team Build before… I’m sure you are all aware of the nice little PowerShell script “ApplyVersionToAssemblies.ps1” that updates your C# AssemblyInfo.cs files, you can find it on codeplex here.  It is part of a great project named Community TFS Build Extensions which provides a place for build engineers to share […]

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