This post, I will explain how to setup first team project in the environment we have created to demonstrate TFS 2013 (Setup Virtual Environment for TFS 2013 - Using Virtualbox).
We are going to use the development environment to create the team project.
We do not have any team project in the demo collection yet.
First we need to provide user who is going to create a team project in this collection permission to administer the collection.
Let’s add chaminda (myself) as a Project Collection administrator.
Now, let’s use the development environment and connect to the team project collection to add a new team project.
Then configure the workspace for development environment .
Let’s now create the first team project.
We have selected to create SharePoint site creation and TFVC as version control. Let’s hit Finish to see how it goes.
Oops! Te first error… TF218027. I do not have rights for report server to create a folder for the team project in the demo collections in report server.
Let’s assign myself permission for report server, by navigating to report manager url and login with TFS Administrator.
In the TFS reports for demo collection add chaminda (myself) as “Team Foundation Content Manager”.
To avoid anther permission error let’s give chaminda (myself) permission for SharePoint site collection as well. Simply add as Site Collection administrator for Demo Collection in SharePoint.
Let’s try again to create the team project and it seems working this time
Looks like few more permission issues. TF30170 and TF249061, still some report service issues, this time about OLAP.
We can fix this by adding chaminda (myself) to Tfs2010OlapReportDS as “Team Foundation Content Manager”.
let’s give permission for Tfs2010ReportDS as well.
This time all goes well, and we are there. We have created the first team project in our Virtual Environment for TFS 2013 - Using Virtualbox.
In the next step let's create a small sample application ad a CI build for it.
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