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Using Team Foundation Build Command-Line Tool

This section describes how to use the TFSBuild.exe command-line tool to perform certain Team Foundation Build tasks.

The stop and delete a completed build operations are only available from the command-line. Additionally, the TFSBuild.exe start can be used by scripts to automate builds.

In This Section

How to: Stop a Build

Describes how to stop a build already in progress by using TFSBuild.exe.

How to: Delete a Completed Build

Describes how to delete an already completed build by using TFSBuild.exe.

How to: Start a Build from the Command Line

Describes how to start a build from the command-line by using TSBuild.exe.


Related Sections

Running Builds in Team Foundation Build

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

Team Foundation Build Walkthroughs

Lists walkthroughs that explore creating team build types, running build types, and viewing build type reports.

Administering Team Foundation Build

Lists topics for administrators of Team Foundation Build.

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