Steps to automatically detect outdated build assembly files.
- Upgrading of outdated build assembly files is supported with TA-MTM plug-in versions
#3.0.14 or later. (To check the current version of your TA-MTM
plug-in: in Visual Studio, select the menu, browse, and then click TA-MTM Integration
- If your TA-MTM plug-in version is #3.0.19 or earlier, an additional
step is required after upgrading the build assembly files. TA-MTM integration projects
created after #3.0.19 have replaced Coded UI with Unit Tests; that
is, they are no longer dependent on the Coded UI libraries. Therefore, you must
reassociate your existing TFS tests cases (Learn
To turn on the automatic detection of outdated build assembly files, do the
Launch Visual Studio.
In the TestArchitect toolbar, click the
In the Preferences dialog box, select the
On option, and then click
Automatic detection is now turned on.
Subsequently, whenever you open a TA-MTM project, TestArchitect
automatically scans the current build
assemblies files. If outdated files are detected, the following notification dialog box
Click the Update
button to upgrade
the current build assembly files.