jeudi 19 avril 2012 12:45
TFS 2010 SP1
Visual Studio 2010 SP1 + TFS 2010 power tools
In Team Explorer, I have two projects that do not display a list below the Team Members node. Other members of the project that have Power Tools installed report the same issue.
All the rest of the projects display the Team Members list.
I am project administrator for all projects. There are members in the projects for which there is no list.
Can anyone provide me with a clue as to what might be wrong here?
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vendredi 20 avril 2012 15:27
There seems to be a disconnect. The projects were migrated from an old project so that I could change the Scrum processing template. I had created a new project with the new template and branched from the old project. The new project name is "My_New_Project". The old project name is "My Old Project". When I finished the migration I removed the "My Old Project" project.
While playing with the Team Members node of "My_New_Project" I right clicked on it and selected "Personal Settings...". Up popped an error dialog that says:
Team Foundation Error
TF50620: The Team Foundation identity scope "My Old Project" does not exist.
Apparently it still thinks it is connected to "My Old Project".
Note that if I examine the Team Membership for My_New_Project I see all the members that would expect to see.
Is there a way for me to fix the connection so that the Team Foundation identity is set to My_New_Project and Team Members displays correctly?
What is odd is that I followed the same procedure for every other project. Of them all, only 2 projects have this problem.
vendredi 20 avril 2012 15:36
I solved this problem by
- Open Team Explorer View
- Right click on the project node (e.g. "My_New_Project")
- Select Team Project Settings>>Team Members, this will pop up a dialog "Team Members Team Projet Settings".
- Select the "Contributors" for the default group (this is the member group I wanted in my case). Click OK
That did the trick. The Team Members list is now populated.