After creating an XML build definition, the new build must be queued.
In Visual Studio, check in your solution on the TFS server.
In Solution Explorer, right-click your solution
and then click Check In.
In the Check In dialog box, type an appropriate
comment and then click Check In.
Queue the build by following Microsoft's instructions.
- Only configurations for the General tab are
required. The others are optional.
- In the Queue Build <Project_name> dialog
box, if needed, specify the build definition, the build controller,
the priority of the build in the build queue and the output folder
where the files and modules will reside after the build is
Upon conclusion, the build is queued and marked with a green check.
statuses of the queued build process are mentioned as follows:
When integrated with TestArchitect, keep in mind the
Important: This task is one that
must often be repeated, especially when you have modified mapped TFS test cases.
(For example, you remove or add test cases, or change the order of a test case
run.) When you do so, the association between TFS test cases and Visual Studio
test methods/TestArchitect test cases is
compromised. Hence, it is necessary that you perform the following steps
TestArchitect test cases with TFS test
- Check in your project.
- Queue the