Connect to TFS Preview
TFS Preview is TFS on Azure and although I can use the current process to set up using my TFS Preview URL TFS Preview uses Windows Live Credentials to connect, if I put them in the user name/ password boxes the connection fails.
TFSPreview.com, now known as tfs.visualstudio.com, is now supported by SQL Source Control. Hosted TFS solutions are TFS 2012 servers and you must setup your configuration to use them. See how at http://www.red-gate.com/supportcenter/content/SQL_Source_Control/knowledgebase/SoC_Using_TFS2012
Matt Turner commented
Just adding a note here since people are still finding this thread. TFSPreview.com, now known as tfs.visualstudio.com, is now supported by SQL Source Control. Hosted TFS solutions are TFS 2012 servers, hence you must follow the following knowledgebase article in order to be able to use them: http://www.red-gate.com/supportcenter/content/SQL_Source_Control/knowledgebase/SoC_Using_TFS2012
Brian Roberds commented
I'd like to put this back on the front burner. I'm switching to TFSPreview -> Azure TFS and I can't bring my Database with me. It would be very helpful if this was addressed.
Hi redgaters, I eventually got my hands on SQL Source Control 3.1 and tried connecting to TFS Preview. I had a whole lot of problems trying to connect. I eventually identified missing prerequisites and installed them, still no luck. Tried re-installing which reverts back to 3.0, attempted to get the latest version via "Help > Check for Updates" option but this time around I'm told there isn't one. After calling support I'm told it was pulled.
I suppose two things...
1. Do we have any timeline on when this will be redelivered with TFSPreview.com support?
2. The instructions on connecting to TFS Preview on the web site below lists VS2012 as a prerequisite but not SSMS2012. This was identified by support so should be added, just an FYI.
@William - Sorry about the delay. It's quite frustrating for us as well. The work has been done but we've recently merged two development branches and we're ironing out the resulting issues so the build is of the required quality to release.
Hi Redgater's!! Where are we on this point? Any closer, I'm itching to prove the full worth of the tool with TFS Preview. Thank you!
@William - it's on our roadmap for the coming weeks so please bear with us! Microsoft have made some recent changes in the TFS APIs that we'll need to implement.
This would have been a huge buying point for my team, this is a real shame.