mardi 13 mars 2012 08:09
I want to generate a document when a work item's state changes to closed.
Is it possible and if so can someone point me to the relevant link.
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mardi 13 mars 2012 08:30
to do that, you should write a web service and subscribe to state change event. With alerts explorer in TFS Power Tools you can call a web service on your TFS on such event. In this web service you can create a word document.
You can download power tools here:
Alerts Explorer provides a graphical user interface that supports flexible subscription of alerts based on check-in, work item change, or build completion. On alert you can either send an email or call a web service.
Here is an example how to generate an event handler in a web service
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- Marqué comme réponse Billy_mk mercredi 14 mars 2012 15:02
mardi 13 mars 2012 23:11
I would recommend using the codeplex community project Team for Word http://tfw.codeplex.com/
Ready to spend some money, consider Team Spec, http://www.teamsystemsolutions.com/teamspec/features/microsoft-word-integration.aspx
If you would like to go down Ivan's route (it's always a good option to build a bespoke solution) after you recieve the alert notification you will need to interact with the WorkItemStore using the TFS object model, have a look at an example here on how to read work item information programmatically. http://geekswithblogs.net/TarunArora/archive/2011/08/21/tfs-sdk-work-item-history-visualizer-using-tfs-api.aspx
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