You can connect to the Team Foundation Server plug-in to manage version control, track defects and work items, and manage your build projects.

Verify that you have installed and configured Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013.

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Select Administration > Orchestration Configuration > Endpoints.

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Click Add.

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Select Team Foundation Server (Code Stream) from the Plug-in drop-down menu and click Next.

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Enter an Team Foundation Server endpoint name and an applicable description.

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Click Next.

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Enter the Team Foundation Server configuration details.

Option

Description

Team Foundation Server Instance Name

Enter the Team Foundation Server instance name.

For example, qe-tfs-test

User Credentials

User name and password for the Team Foundation Server.

Domain Name

Domain name for the Team Foundation Server.

If the Team Foundation Server is not in a domain, you can use the Windows server host name.

URL

Enter the host URL as protocol://host:port/tfs.

For example, 192.10.121.12:8080/tfs

Polling Interval

Time that the task must wait to check the progress.

Offline Creation

Require a validation and certificate acceptance when the endpoint is created.

You can accept the default setting or select Yes from the drop-down menu to enable this configuration.

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Click Add.

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Select the Code Stream tab in vRealize Automation to continue with the task configuration.

Create a provision task to use this endpoint in the release pipeline. See the Using vRealize Code Stream guide.