TFS Team Project Manager automates various tasks across Team Projects in Team Foundation Server. If you find yourself managing multiple Team Projects for an organization and have recurring tasks and questions that repeat themselves over and over again, Team Project Manager probably has some answers for you.
Team Project Manager can help you...
- View activity
- View recent activity (in Source Control, Work Item Tracking and Team Build)
- Manage build definitions
- View and delete build definitions
- Update common properties within build definitions
- Manage build process templates
- Understand which build templates are used by which build definitions
- Unregister existing build process templates
- Register new or update existing build process templates
- Manage security
- Understand which security groups have which members
- Delete security groups
- Add or update security groups
- Manage members and permissions for security groups
- Manage source control
- Understand which projects have which source control settings (multiple check-out, get latest on check-out, check-in notes)
- Update source control settings
- Retrieve the latest changesets (e.g. to see which projects are still active)
- Manage work item configuration
- Compare work item configurations (i.e. work item type definitions, categories, process configuration) with various sources, e.g. to determine which Process Template was likely used to create which project
- Understand which projects use which work item types and how many work items there are of each
- Import new or update existing work item types
- Manage work item categories
- Manage process configuration (i.e. common and agile configuration)
- Transform work item tracking configuration (i.e. apply XML transformations on work item type definitions, categories, process configuration)
For more details on how all this works, see the Documentation
If you can think of other great features, please let us know through the discussion forums or the issue tracker! Or (even better) because it's built with a very modular framework (Microsoft Prism
) you can also contribute by building your own modules!
TFS Team Project Manager works against TFS 2005, 2008, 2010 and 2012.
On the machine where you run the tool, you need to have Team Explorer installed; use the edition of TFS Team Project Manager that matches your version of Team Explorer.
This application is completely free to use. If you feel it saves you a lot of time and you like it so much that you want to support the countless hours that have gone in developing this - please do feel free to donate!
- v1.6.4874 (May 6th, 2013)
- Added support for XML transformations of work item tracking configuration files (work item type definitions, categories, process configuration).
- Activity module now also shows the user that performed the activity.
- Tasks can now be canceled when they are executing.
- Fixed NullReferenceException when comparing certain types of Team Projects.
- Fixed ArgumentNullException when editing build definition that has no process parameters.
- v1.5.4852 (April 14, 2013)
- Added activity module that allows you to see the most recent activity (in Source Control, Work Item Tracking and Team Build) for Team Projects.
- Updated security module to allow you to manage members and permissions for security groups.
- v1.4.4793 (February 14, 2013)
- Added support for moving work item comparison sources up and down
- Improved work item comparison to better support TFS 2012 Update 1
- Added the last build time in the Build Definitions screen
- Added a view by server path for the Build Process Templates
- v1.3.4601 (August 6, 2012)
- Split up in two editions depending on the version of Team Explorer you have installed locally (although all editions still work against all versions of TFS)
- Added support for TFS 2012
- Added support for editing Work Item Type Definitions directly
- Added support for managing work item process configuration (Agile and Common configuration)
- Added support for comparing work item categories and process configuration (Agile and Common configuration); improved comparison of work item type definitions
- v1.2.4450 (March 8, 2012)
- When Visual Studio 2012 is detected, its built-in Diff Tool is now used by default.
- Added support for customization of the Diff Tool in the work item type comparer (see the TeamProjectManager.exe.config file).
- v1.2.4406 (January 24, 2012)
- Added a column to the build definitions list to show scheduled build times.
- v1.2.4379 (December 28, 2011)
- Added support for viewing, editing and deleting build definitions.
- v1.1 (December 8, 2011)
- Improved work item type comparisons.
- Added support for saving and loading work item comparison sources.
- Added security module that allows Team Project security groups to be retrieved, deleted and added.
- v1.0 (November 27, 2011)