Nothing has changed since the initial setup, but all of a sudden, we started getting weird failures.
All of the builds are getting stuck in the queue, and the run time shows 0 seconds.
The build server is separate from the TFS server. It runs on Windows 7, and has been for the past year. There are no errors in the Console on the build server or in TFS.
My build agents say ready, and have the green arrow.
Had gone thru this issue shown for TFS 2012. but under site binding, I only have one item in the list. Continue reading
VMware converter failure: error code 1618
Make sure the source machine has the latest windows updates. Specifically, it needs to have .NET be current.
The disk type you selected does not support this virtual disk size. choose split not pre-allocated type
System does not support disk volume greater than 999,999GB
The current setup is TFS 2013, SQL 2012, and Reporting Services on one machine & Sharepoint 2013, SQL 2012 on another.
Sharepoint has been configured, but I receive the following error on the dashboards: External Data Refresh Failed
The secure store service was stopped. I had to start it and then add the account that was running reports to the secure store service application.
I installed Visual Studio 2013 Visual Basic PowerPack to try and fix an issue with the bootstrapper not working correctly. After this install I started getting the following error on all builds:
C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\Microsoft.Cpp\v4.0\V110\Microsoft.Cpp.Platform.targets (44): The builds tools for v120 (Platform Toolset = ‘v120’) cannot be found. To build using the v120 build tools, either click the Project menu or right-click the solution, and then select “Update VC++ Projects…”. Install v120 to build using the v120 build tools.
I Added Environment Variable on the machine ”VisualStudioVersion” and set the value to 12.0 ‘C:\Program Files (x86)\MSBuild\12.0\Bin’ to the Path Variables
Then, I received another error while resolving the issue above:
TF226001: Unable to create the detail nodes for factory ConfigurationSummary
Microsoft.TeamFoundation.TestManagement.Common.WitCategoryRefName.SharedDataSet Continue reading