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TFS Integration Tools (March 2012 Release)

Rating:        Based on 11 ratings
Reviewed:  9 reviews
Downloads: 41167
Change Set: 65711
Released: Mar 16, 2012
Updated: Apr 4, 2012 by dtneumann
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Release Notes

This update of the Integration Tools add support for synchronizing with the TFS 11 server, including the hosted Team Foundation Service. It also rolls-up many fixes for bugs reported from customers.

Reviews for this release

Seems to start well, but soon stopped citing various vague 'merge' errors. Merge to an empty project?? As other have said, buggy and incomplete tool. If it works for you good, didn't work for us.
by Quango on Sep 20, 2013 at 8:18 AM
This tool seems half developed and full of bugs. I was able to get it to migrate some code from TFS 2010 to online TFS with history, but other code which had been branched errored every file, so we abandoned the tool and uploaded without the history. Trying to use again and getting other incomprehensible error messages. There appears to be no other alternatives to migrate files so good luck!
by reedcom on Sep 13, 2013 at 5:48 PM
This tool worked well for me - save me countless hours this weekend. The TFS is provider-hosted, non-domain, and I was able to solve the "TF30063: You are not authorized to access" issue simply by adding the sites to Trusted Sites, connecting via IE to the web portal (saving the credentials). Much more convenient than using the command lines and constructing batch files. TFS 2013 SQL Server 2012 Non-domain Branching: yes
by jamesanderson on Oct 3, 2015 at 8:14 PM
Cant install on a SQL 2014 db, the TFS_integrationplatform db attempts to set at 90 when its needs to be 100,110,120
by BeagleHound24 on Apr 9, 2015 at 3:27 PM
We attempted to use this tool to migrate from source code only from one TFS 2010 instance to another. Some of the source code did not migrate successfully even though the migration tool reported no errors.
by kieranmbowler on Oct 23, 2014 at 11:22 AM
I have to give it two stars because we as customers have zero options other than to use this product. I am surprised that migration is not part of the overall Microsoft TFS product. What I don't understand is why are there are conflicts. Why does it matter on the process conflicts? All the WI data is the same whether or not you are using the same process... the data is still in the db. What is wrong with migrating the data over, and then applying the process as the "viewer" to see that data? I concur with another reviewer that says "not for the novice and challenging for the expert". This is the type of product, that requires adding +1 to your team just to accomplish it. If there was a third party app that did this intelligently - I'd pay good money for it, and I bet that would be a common feeling among all but the rarest few users.
by countrysideflair on Jul 9, 2014 at 6:11 PM
I almost feel bad using this tool for free as it has saved both myself and my client thousands and hours and exponential dollars. The design behind such a complex project with the integrity it maintains in what is actually a very simple UI in comparison to the complex configuration needed it nothing short of brilliance. Not for the novice and challenging for the expert but amazing.
by cege7480 on Sep 7, 2013 at 2:31 PM
Thankyou so much for your sharing of this work. WOW is all I can say. WOW!
by travisbarker on Aug 27, 2013 at 11:36 AM
Nice tool.
by Rodolfoleao15 on May 16, 2012 at 8:20 PM