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Teamprise Command-Line Client by Teamprise
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Access Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 Team Foundation Server. Teamprise Command-Line Client provides access to Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 Team Foundation Server for scripting and non-GUI scenarios. Teamprise Command-line Client uses the same command syntax as the version provided by Microsoft Teamprise and performs TFS Source Control Operations. Teamprise Command-line Client can be used in scripting scenarios for build solutions and other automated functions. Teamprise Command-Line Client can also be bought as part of Teamprise Client Suite.
Teamprise Teamprise Command-Line Client can also be bought as part of Teamprise Client Suite.
Teamprise Client Suite Overview
Access Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 or 2008 Team Foundation Server from within the Eclipse IDE, and from Macintosh and UNIX Systems. Teamprise is a suite of client applications for accessing Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 Team Foundation Server from outside of the Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Teamprise enables software development teams to use the source control, work item tracking, documents, and reporting features of Team Foundation Server from within the Eclipse IDE, and from other operating systems, including Windows based, Linux and Mac OS X.
Implemented in Java, Teamprise will run on operating systems that support a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.4 or newer. Using the Teamprise Client Suite in conjunction with Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 Team System, enterprise companies can standardize on the use of Microsoft's Team Foundation Server for the Application Life-Cycle Management needs of both their .NET and Java development teams.
Teamprise Command-line Client
The command-line client in Teamprise Client Suite is perfect for scripting and non-GUI scenarios:
Same Command Syntax: The Teamprise Command-line Client uses the some command syntax as the version provided by Microsoft
TFS Source Control Operations: Perform TFS Source Control check-out and check-in operations on any operating system
Scripting Scenarios: The Teamprise Command-line Client can be used in scripting scenarios for build solutions and other automated functions
Also included with Teamprise Client Suite are:
Teamprise Plug-in for Eclipse
The Teamprise plug-in for Eclipse allows a developer to perform source control and work item tracking operations from within the Eclipse IDE. This plug-in is also compatible with IBM's WebSphere Studio for Rational Application Developer IDE. The Teamprise Plug-in for Eclipse supports Eclipse 3.0 and higher, including any Eclipse-based commercial IDEs. Access to Team System source control and work item tracking is now available to anyone developing software using Eclipse.
Eclipse Team Provider Plug-in: As an Eclipse Team Provider Plug-in, Teamprise integrates within the standard project views to show the status of files under source control in TFS
View and Edit Work Items:View and edit work items, such as bug reports, directly within the Eclipse IDE.
Pending Changes View: The Teamprise Plug-in for Eclipse includes a Pending Changes View similar to that in Visual Studio, allowing developers to associate work items with source control check-in operations
Team Explorer View: The Team Explorer View gives users full access to work items and queries, the source control repository, and project documents and reports
Teamprise Explorer client
Teamprise includes a stand-alone, cross-platform client application which features an Explorer-style user interface for developers not working within an IDE including:
Team Explorer View: The Team Explorer View provides access to all work items and queries, the source control repository, and project documents and reports stored in TFS
Source Control Explorer: The Source Control Explorer provides a complete view into the TFS repository, allowing users to perform source control operations and view the status of the files in their projects
Pending Changes View: The Pending Changes View shows the status of files that have been added, deleted, or modified by the user on their client machine
What's New in Teamprise Client Suite V3.x?
Command Line Client Improvements
TFS 2008 SP1 New Feature Support
What's New in Teamprise Client Suite V3.0?
Command Line Client
Check-in policies: Some of the Teamprise standard check-in policies can run in the Teamprise command-line client and custom policies can be written that will also run there. Policies must be configured on Team Projects using Teamprise Explorer or Plug-in for Eclipse. Check-in policies run automatically during the check-in process if they are configured and installed on the command line client computer.
CLC will prompt for missing credentials: In previous releases, the command line client required user credentials to be supplied through the login option for every command, except those which used a cached workspace where credentials had been saved. Teamprise CLC 3.0 will prompt at the console for username, domain, and password when it could not determine them from a profile, the workspace cache, or Windows default credentials (if available). This makes interactive use of the command line client easier. The login option can still be supplied for all commands, and it overrides credentials that would have been loaded from profiles or cached workspaces. Use the noprompt option to disable the prompting behavior (for example, in scripts).
Credentials are not automatically persisted: The command line client no longer automatically saves user credentials with its workspace cache unless the TP_AUTO_SAVE_CREDENTIALS is set (see the New environment variables supported section). This is to support customer requirements that no credentials are saved for certain configurations. This change only affects credentials that were previously automatically saved when the workspace cache was updated. Credentials in named profiles are always saved when they are supplied.
Destroy command:The command line client now supports a new destroy command that can be used when connecting to a TFS 2008 server. This command can be used to permanently remove versioned item information from the server.
New environment variables supported:The TFSPROXY environment variable can be used to specify the URL of a Team Foundation download proxy to use.
How authentication credentials are stored is now controlled by the TP_AUTO_SAVE_CREDENTIALS environment variable. If this variable is not set, authentication credentials are never saved to the workspace cache. By default, Teamprise will not connect via SSL to a TF server that does not have a trusted certificate. If the TP_ACCEPT_UNTRUSTED_CERTIFICATES environment variable is set, this restriction is relaxed, and Teamprise will connect to untrusted servers.
Profile support: The command line client now supports profiles. Profiles store information needed to make a connection to a Team Foundation server. You can enter this information once by creating a profile, and then use that profile with the profile option instead of entering the connection details repeatedly.Use the profile command to create and edit profiles. Use the profiles command to list the configured profiles.
Resolve and associate work items during check-in: The command line client's checkin command now supports two new options, associate and resolve. The associate option can be used to associate the changeset with one or more specified work items. The resolve option resolves the specified work items and links them to the changeset.
Use of single-sign-on: The command line client now supports single sign-on on Windows. If you don't specify the -login option or specify a profile that doesn't contain credential information, the credentials of the user running the command line client are used to authenticate to the TF server.
Access Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 Team Foundation Server for scripting and non-GUI scenarios.
Evals & Downloads: Download the Teamprise Client Suite V3.2 evaluation on to your computer - Expires after 30 days
Operating System for Deployment: Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Sun Solaris 10, Sun Solaris 9, Sun Solaris 8, HP-UX 11.x, IBM AIX 5.x, Mac OS X
Architecture of Product: 32Bit, 64Bit, MAC
Product Type: Add-In, Application
Compatible Containers: IBM WebSphere Studio, Eclipse V3.3, Eclipse V3.0
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