Monday, April 20, 2009 2:38 PMHello.
In the new TFS 2010, I see that the workitems now have new relationships to simulate or map the relationships from Project Server.
The big question is, for Project Manager, they will still use Project to create the project and then map each activity to a work item type, even parent activities?
Will the end users have to report their working times on both TFS and Project Server?
MCPD ENTERPRISE APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER
Monday, May 04, 2009 3:30 PM
In TFS 2010, we have added round trip linking to MS Project Professional. This will allow you to build hierarchy in TFS using MS Project. The TFS Project Integration is at a client level still not at a Project Server level, but keep your eyes open for this feature in the future.
Using the TFS Project Client Integration in TFS 2010, you can import work items, create new work items, round trip hierarchical links for work break down in TFS and predecessor relationships with TFS. Always keep the Project Plan because it will continue to retain the resource calendar information, resource utilization and dependency lead/lag data used for scheduling.
Reporting to Project Server is not supported in this release
Team Foundation Server
Office Integration / Project Management
- Proposed As Answer by John Nierenberg_Bing Monday, May 04, 2009 3:31 PM