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Change Management – TFS: The Solution Structure

Here is a typical TFS (Team Foundation Server) solution structure in Visual Studio.

First you need to locate the TFS server.

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In this example, a TFS server, and some team projects have been set up.

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If this is the first time, I’d need to locate the TFS server, by clicking on the Servers.. button above.

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Once the TFS server is located, and the team projects are selected, you will get the Source Control Explorer tab where you will see all the projects that you have access to.

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The folder structure  on the left is showing folders for different teams. The .SLN file on the right will have 4 projects in it, i.e. the dos project, the SQL project, the SSIS project, and the SSRS project.

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Here are the 3 projects in the VS solution, the SQL, SSIS and SSRS projects.

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