11 April 2006 9:23
Just found the following link on the MSDN relating to performing a nightly build using VSTS:
Is there any point in having documentation on the web if it is quite blatently incorrect or at best misleading. I've done a search for the .sln file discussed and it doesnt exist. This means that my install has gone wrong, or this is relating to a beta version, or the code never existed in the first place.
I find it funny I need to do Google searches for blogs to get the information I need to carry out a relativelty straight forward task!
This is not the first instance of poor documentation I have noticed recently w.r.t 2005 products such as Visual Studio, or SQl Server.
19 Juni 2006 19:47
Thank you for the feedback. The documentation that is published does go through a review process, but unfortunately errors do slip through. The latest documentation on scheduling a nightly build is available here:
The document that was linked in the original post is now gone, so I am not sure if it described the "teambuild start" way of scheduling a build or some earlier process.