Exploring workflow integration and continuous builds


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Exploring workflow integration and continuous builds

Some Version Control systems, such as Microsoft's Team Foundation Server, have what's called Integrated Workflow Item Tracking. This means you can have your testers associate a bug with a particular check in. So a developer who does coding checks in the source code, a tester does some testing and finds a bug, so they log the bug. In this case, it's called creating a work item. That work item now represents a particular issue that's going on in the software. It goes back to the developer who fixes the bug, and then when they commit their change to the Source Code Control System, the work item is also associated with that particular commit message so that when the tester receives the notification that, that work item has been updated, they not only have the commit message that the developer created, they also know exactly which bug which they created is associated with that, so they can verify that the bug has in fact been fixed.

Here we can see an example. This is the Team Foundatio...

Exploring workflow integration and continuous builds
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Exploring workflow integration and continuous builds provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Michael Lehman as part of the Fundamentals of Software Version Control

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