"Application detected an unexpected fault" when opening the lab center tab in mtm

by XDK 31. December 2015 09:30

Exception: 

 

Explanation:

This exception may appear when the lab environments exist with no lab systems.

Workaround:

  • Open Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio.
  • Connect to the TFS collection database where your team project exist. 
  • Run the following SQL query to identify the lab environments with no lab systems:

Select le.LabEnvironmentId from LabEnvironment le where le.PartitionId = 1 And NOT EXISTS (Select * From LabSystem ls where ls.LabEnvironmentId = le.LabEnvironmentId AND ls.PartitionId = 1)

  • Note the Id's of the lab environment with no lab systems.
  • Remove all lab environments with no lab systems, by using the following SQL command for each lab environment IDs:

Exec DeleteLabEnvironment @PartitionId = 1, @labEnvironmentId = <Lab Environment ID>, @namespaceGuid = N'9E4894C3-FF9A-4EAC-8A85-CE11CAFDC6F1', @deleteTestMachines = 1, @pendingOperationId = Null

 

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Azure DevOps on-premises | TFS 2012

TF400917 : The current configuration is not valid for this feature.

by XDK 31. December 2015 09:09

Exception:

Explanation:

The “Bug on the Backlog” feature is invalid for the projects that uses scrum process template. Bugs have always been on the backlog for scrum teams. This feature will be enabled or valid only for the projects created using MSF Agile and MSF CMMI process templates.

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Azure DevOps on-premises | TFS 2013

How to remove lab management information from TFS?

by XDK 23. December 2015 22:08

Solution:

Execute the following SQL script on the Tfs_Configuration database to remove the SCVMM setting:

Update [Tfs_Configuration].dbo.tbl_RegistryItems set RegValue = ' ' where ChildItem like 'VmmServerName%'
Update [Tfs_Configuration].dbo.tbl_RegistryItems set RegValue = ' ' where ChildItem like 'DnsSuffix%'
Update [Tfs_Configuration].dbo.tbl_RegistryItems set RegValue = ' ' where ChildItem like 'IPBlock%'

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Azure DevOps on-premises | TFS 2010 | TFS 2012 | TFS 2013 | TFS 2015

TF208101: You cannot access the Analysis Services database because you have specified alternative credentials and you do not have permission on your computer to impersonate another user

by XDK 16. December 2015 18:06

Exception:

TF208101: You cannot access the Analysis Services database because you have specified alternative credentials and you do not have permission on your computer to impersonate another user

Explanation:

The TF208101 error occur when trying to create Excel Reports from a TFS query using Visual Studio IDE

Solution:

  1. Right-click the visual Studio IDE icon or shortcut, and then click Run as administrator.
  2. Export the work item query to excel.

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Azure DevOps on-premises | TFS 2012 | TFS 2013 | TFS 2015

"User Story" or "Product Backlog Item" or "Bug" work item template take long time to save when added to "Requirement" category in TFS 2012

by XDK 9. December 2015 08:53

Explanation:
You may experience "User Story" (MSF Agile template) or "Product Backlog Item" (Scrum template) or "Bug" (Scrum template) work item templates take long time to save when added to "Requirement" category in TFS 2012. These work items save in no time when removed out of "Requirement" category.

Requirement category in scrum template

   <CATEGORY refname="Microsoft.RequirementCategory" name="Requirement Category">
    <DEFAULTWORKITEMTYPE name="Product Backlog Item" />
    <WORKITEMTYPE name="Bug" />
   </CATEGORY>

Requirement category in MSF agile template

  <CATEGORY name="Requirement Category" refname="Microsoft.RequirementCategory">
    <DEFAULTWORKITEMTYPE name="User Story" />
  </CATEGORY> 

Solution:
The mentioned behavior is a known issue. Hotfix available at https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2938788

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Azure DevOps on-premises | TFS 2012

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