If you mapped project plan to TFS team project, and after mapping you found that the Project Server tab is missing in TFS work-item form, then make sure that you are not using the key /skipUIChanges in the below command.
TfsAdmin ProjectServer /MapWorkItemTypes /collection:tpcUrl /teamProject:TeamProjectName /workItemTypes:ListOfWorkItemTypes
IIS compression increase the performance and decrease the usage of network bandwidth.
There are two types of IIS compression:
- Static: compress and cache compressed files like (*.html, *.htm,*.doc, *.xls, *.ppt,*.txt)
- Dynamic: compress each http request without cache.
To enable Dynamic Compression ,please follow the below steps:
Go to Control Panel > Programs and Features
Turn Windows features on or off
Internet Information Services > World Wide Web Services > Performance Features
Windows Server 2008 R2
Go to Server Manager > Roles > Web Server (IIS) > Add Role Services
Windows Server 2012
Server Manger > Dashboard > Add roles and features
If you are taking backup for your TFS 2013 through “Scheduled Backups Wizard” from TFS Administration console, is the TFS will be accessible or not?
This question come to my mind, however, I tested it and I see that TFS will be online and accessible for readying and writing.
Which means, you can query your work items and update them as well.
For security reasons, it is recommended to change the default SQL Server default port which is 1433 to a new port.
To connect to SQL Server with different port rather than default port, use comma after server name: DevSQL,5511
As a feature in SharePoint, you can check out any document item.
Sometime, the user who check out the document library is not available and the admin need to release (undo check-out) the document library.
We can use the following power shell script (Change the bold values)
$user = $web.AllUsers.GetByID($userId)
$impSite= New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite($web.Url, $user.UserToken)
$impWeb = $impSite.OpenWeb()
In Project Server 2013 (EPM 2013) there are two security modes:
- SharePoint Mode (Default)
- Project Server Mode
In Project Server Mode, there are more customization security groups and other functionality that is distinct from SharePoint groups.
to switch between those modes, user SharePoint 2013 PowerShell console and run the below commands:
Set-SPPRojectPermissionMode -Url http://WebApplication/pwa -AdministratorAccount Domain\serviceAccountName -Mode SharePoint
Set-SPPRojectPermissionMode -Url http://WebApplication/pwa -AdministratorAccount Domain\serviceAccountName -Mode ProjectServer
after using Project server mode, the security will look like below image:
Request validation is the .NET framework’s protector against XSS. If not explicitly turned off, all ASP.NET web application will check against XSS. it is to help from un-trusted data in URL and it is by default enabled, like image below.
In ASP.NET 4 , you can’t disable the “Request Validation” on specific ASPX pages, while you can do that in earlier versions.
To revert back to 2.0 request validation mode and disable request validation on pages level, you need to specify the “requestValidationMode” to be “2.0” in your web.config
Then try now 😉
- In Page directive add: ValidateRequest=”false”
- In web.config add: <httpRuntime requestValidationMode=”2.0″ />