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Parsing TFS to extract project, iteration, and suite paths, names and IDs

Parsing TFS to extract project, iteration, and suite paths, names and IDs

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I'm in the process of writing a little utility that'll clone/copy test suites from one project to another. Up until now I've used batch files for this. We have a designated project that is used as a template; just for storing test suites (three so far, more on the way). The batch files (one for each of the test suites) use TCM.exe to copy a suite to another project. Prior to running the batch file I manually go into MS Test Manager and look up the destination project, destination suite ID, area path and iteration path and use that info to modify the batch file. It works, but it's tedious.

Ideally, I'd like to create a GUI with a combo box or list box containing all projects, and when you select one it will populate additional controls with available area and iteration paths. Once all the selections are made I'll use the selections to launch TCM.exe, passing the requisite arguments to it.

I've done some searching online for interfacing with TFS but the majority of the results I've found appear geared towards extracting code, getting build info, triggering builds and such - far beyond what I need (or at least I think it is).

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