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Connecting a project to TFS

Once Eclipse is open and you can see your projects in Project Explorer.

Select the project you want to add to TFS by right-clicking on it and select the Team Project option and then Share Project, the Share Project Dialog will open … select Team Foundation Server

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Once TFS is selected, accept the agreement by checking the box.

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Next, if you have a Product Key, enter it here, otherwise check the box to use a full featured trial (it is a 30 day trial)

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Provide the details to your TFS environment

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Once all values are provided, if you have worked with TFS 2010 and Team Explorer before, the following will look familiar.  Select the TPC and Project to connect to

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Then you get to create and name the TFS workspace to be used (the sync between TFS and Eclipse)

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Then you will select the location for your project to reside within the Project/Branch location

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Once the location is set and there is a local and server path defined, click Finish.

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What will you see once this is complete?

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As you can see, it is all reporting pending changes, you can then right click the project and you will see this:

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If you are good with the checking in of the changes, proceed and this is the process to enroll a project into TFS from Eclipse using Team Explorer Everywhere.

Posted on Saturday, July 31, 2010 5:19 PM TFS , Misc , Tools | Back to top


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Right on. Thanks for a beautiful article.

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