Azure deployments can be integrated within Visual Studio 2010, making it easy for you to package, deploy and publish your solution to an Azure cloud. This blog post will show you how to integrate your Azure deployments using Visual Studio 2010 with an easy two step process. First, you have to create a certificate within Visual Studio, and second, you have to configure your Azure environment to accept that certificate.
To create a certificate, begin by right clicking your project in the Solution Explorer pane.
Then, in the Credentials dropdown, select <Manage…>
Then, select New.
In the window that appears, 3 steps must be completed before proceeding. To complete step 1, expand the first drop down and select Create… and create a certificate. To complete step 2, click “Copy the full path”. Now, we have to digress from this dialog box and cover the…
This walkthrough will explain how to setup email alerts in TFS when there is a check-in. Using this method, you can not only select a TFS Project, but you can also select an individual folder. This is useful if you are not interested in some folders in the project, but want alerts on others.
TFS Check-In Alerts in Visual Studio 2008
First, TFS Power Tools must be installed for Visual Studio 2008 and Team Explorer.
First make sure you are connected to TFS.
Tools >> Connect to Team Foundation Server…
Open Source Control Explorer.
View >> Other Windows >> Source Control Explorer.
Navigate to the folder that you want notifications on.
Right click and select “Alert on Change…”
The following popup window will display. From here you can set the alert name and the email that you want to send it to. It will try to default itself to the…