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Team Foundation Build Commands

Topics in this section describe the purpose of Team Foundation Build commands and provide usage examples. You can find the TFSBuild command-line tool in <drive>:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE on the Team Foundation Server client computer.

In This Section

Delete Command (Team Foundation Build)

Describes the command line syntax used to delete a build type.

Help Command (Team Foundation Build)

Describes the command line syntax used to open help information for the Team Foundation Build commands.

Start Command (Team Foundation Build)

Describes the command line syntax used to run a build.

Stop Command (Team Foundation Build)

Describes the command line syntax used to stop a build that is currently running.

Related Sections

Overview of Team Foundation Build

Provides an architectural overview and explanation of Team Foundation Build.

Working with Build Types in Team Foundation Build

Lists topics describing how to create, modify, and delete build types in Team Foundation Build.

Running Builds in Team Foundation Build

Lists topics which describe how to run builds in Team Foundation Build including standard, local, and scheduled builds.

Working with Team Foundation Build Reports

Lists topics which describe how to view, interpret and modify reports generated by a build types in Team Foundation Build.

Team Foundation Build Walkthroughs

Lists walkthroughs which demonstrate how to create and modify build types and how to examine a report that contains results of a build.

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