100 Days of DevOps with PowerShell

The authoring team for this series are focused on sharing with you concepts, tips, tricks and examples of how to implement and support DevOps with Microsoft tools and technologies. We will publish at least one article every Monday through Friday for 100 days. That’s 100+ DevOps tips, tricks and recipes!

If all goes according to plan, the series wraps up on December 22, 2014.

Have questions, comments or ideas for new articles in the series? Drop a note in the Comments section on this page or any article in the series! Be sure to bookmark the page so you know where to come to catch up on the latest DevOps recipes in the series.

Installments in the “100 Days of DevOps” Series (so far)

10 thoughts on “100 Days of DevOps with PowerShell

  1. Dalmiro

    Hello! First of all let me thank for this series. Its looking great so far.

     

    1) Why is the TFS snap-in being loaded? No commands from that snap in are being used on this script.

     

    2) Getting the following error when reaching to $workitem.save

    `Exception calling “Save” with “0” argument(s): “TF237124: Work Item is not ready to

    save”
    At line:38 char:1
    + $workItem.Save()
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [], MethodInvocationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : ValidationException`

     

    Thx!

     

  2. Dalmiro

    Sorry, that comment should have been posted on the Day-13 post.

    I cant seem to find the delete option. I would really appretiate if an admin can delete it. Thx!

  3. Mickey Gousset

    Mostly I loaded the snap-in just as a best practice, so it is there in case I do decide to use anything. More habit than anything else.

    Concerning your save issue, are you working against a vanilla version of TFS, or one where the work item types have been modified? That errors implies to me that you have not filled out all the required fields for the work item type you are trying to create.

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