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Process template plug-ins are components that run when a new team project is created. A plug-in sets up required files or configures data for its area. Microsoft provides six plug-ins with Microsoft Visual Studio Team System: Work Item Tracking, Classification, Windows SharePoint Services, Version Control, Reports, and Groups and Permissions. Each plug-in can be modified to customize a process template. Except for the Classification plug-in, plug-ins can also be deleted to customize a process template.
Describes the Work Item Tracking plug-in and XML file, and where files required for customization are located. Also link to topics about the three key types of work item types to specify when customizing a process template.
Describes the Classification plug-in and XML file, and where files required for customization are located. Explains how to specify iterations and areas to control the structure of a team project. Also describes how to customize field mappings the Classification plug-in makes between work item types and Microsoft Project.
Describes the Windows SharePoint Services plug-in and XML file, and where files required for customization are located. Explains how to specify a site template to base the project portal on, how to specify additional document libraries, folders and files, and where process guidance files are installed.
Describes the Groups and Permissions plug-in and XML file, and where files required for customization are located. Explains groups and permissions elements and describes each class and name combination that can be specified as a permission.