|Setting up the integration environment for on-premises Team Foundation Server / Authoring test procedures under on-premises Team Foundation Server|
TestArchitect test cases and test modules can be uploaded to the TFS server, which also establishes one-to-one mappings between the two sets of test cases.
For each parent TestArchitect test module, a TFS test suite is created with the same name. TFS test cases with the same names as their TestArchitect counterparts are created in the appropriate test suites.
In addition to creating the TFS test suites and test cases as in the previous option, each uploaded test module generates a TFS test case. The test case is assigned the name of the test module, prepended with a pound sign (#), and placed in the corresponding TFS test suite alongside its uploaded test cases. For example, a TestArchitect test module named Input Validation produces a TFS test case named #Input Validation, which resides in a TFS test suite named Input Validation. This TFS test case contains the full content of the TestArchitect test module, including not just the test cases but the INITIAL and FINAL sections as well.