Wow…it’s been a while since I last wrote a blog post. It’s been a busy month and I’ve started ramping up to teach Team Foundation Server classes for the Richard Hale Shaw Group.
Anyway, as I’m doing research, I keep finding the answers to non-obvious questions in TFS. The one that was getting to me was how do you delete a team project that you don’t need anymore? It certainly isn’t obvious (translation: possible) through the Team Explorer user interface.
Answer: go to the Visual Studio 2005 command prompt and use “TfsDeleteProject.exe“.
TfsDeleteProject /server:myteamserver.benday.com “Project Name“
There are a lot of other command line and API options in TFS that I’ll hopefully get posted up to the blog soon.
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