Welcome to TFS Reporting Guide where we, the ALM Rangers, will take you on a fascinating journey to discover the exciting and powerful reporting features provided by Team Foundation Server.
This guidance is focused on providing practical guidance and a reference solution to enable Team Foundation Service users to create a tabular store model and generate reports based on WIT data, and to enable TFS users to create valuable reports using the
TFS Data Warehouse, based on real-world scenarios.
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This guidance is created by the Visual Studio ALM Rangers, who have the mission to provide out of band solutions for missing features and/or guidance. This content was created with support from Microsoft Product Group, members of Microsoft Services, Microsoft
Most Valued Professionals (MVPs) and technical specialists from technology communities around the globe, giving you a real-world view from the field, where the technology has been tested and used.
The features included in the guidance are:
- As Dave, the TFS Admin, I would like practical guidance on creating a tabular model store that can be populated from the TFS Service
- As Dave, the TFS Admin, I would like a reference implementation which uses the guidance to pull WIT data from the operational store (via OData) and delivers historical WIT trending reports.
- As Bijan, the ALM Ranger, I would like historical and trend reporting against ALM Ranger projects, so that I understand time invested by the Rangers.
- As Dave, the TFS Admin, I would like practical guidance and samples for TFS Data warehouse reporting.
Gordon Beeming, Grant Holliday,
Hamid Shahid, Hakan Eskici, Jeff Levinson,
Jim Szubryt, Justin Marks,
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