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How to: Stop an In-Progress Build

How to: Stop an In-Progress Build

When you queue a new build, the Queued tab of Build Explorer opens automatically. For more information, see How to: Queue or Start a Build Definition

Required Permissions

To complete this task, you must have Administer a build permission set to Allow. For more information, see Team Foundation Server Permissions.

As long as the build definition has an In Progress or a Postponed icon next to it, you can stop the in-progress build from the Queued tab of Build Explorer.

To stop a currently running build

  1. Right-click an in-progress build definition name in the Queued tab of Build Explorer, and then click Stop on the drop-down menu. 

    Alternately, you can click the Stop icon in the tool bar of the Queued tab of Build Explorer.

  2. Click Yes on the Stop selected builds? message.

    A Stopped icon appears next to the build definition name in the Queued tab of Build Explorer.

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