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Monday, November 27

Delete Team System Project

Lately I created a number of Team System Projects on my laptop for experimenting some features of Team Foundation Server. It was about time to delete a few of them, but I could not immediately find how to do this exactly. I'm sure it's not possible from within Team Explorer. After googling a bit it appears that the deletion of Team Projects has to be done with the command line tool TFSDeleteProject.exe (:\program files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE). Specify the server and the project name and you will be asked for confirmation!
TFSDeleteProject /server:ServerName ProjectName
Warning: Deleting a team project cannot be undone. Are you sure you want to delete the team project (Y/N)? Y

Deleting from Build ...
Done
Deleting from Work Item Tracking ...
Done
Deleting from Version Control ...
Done
Deleting Report Server files ...
Done
Deleting SharePoint site ...
Done
Deleting from Team Foundation Core ...
Done

1 Comments:

  • At 10:37 PM, Anonymous Marcelo Trojahn said…

    Hi, Pieter

    Its commentary on as to delete one team project was very useful! Thanks for having shared the solution! Yours truly, Marcelo

     

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