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Choosing Team Foundation Server Maintenance Tools

Team Foundation Server includes tools for maintaining server data. For example, you can use the tf command-line utility to remove old source control shelvesets. A shelveset is a set of changes, not yet committed, that are located in the server. You can also use the database defragmentation tools available as part of SQL Server.

TFSAdminUtil Command-Line Commands

Describes TFSAdminUtil command-line utility and provides links to topics about its commands and their parameters.

TFSDeleteProject

Describes the options and parameters of TFSDeleteProject, a command-line utility used to delete a team project from Team Foundation Server.

TFSFieldMapping

Describes TFSFieldMapping, a command-line utility used to change or customize the project-mapping XML file after a team project is created.

witfields

Describes witfields, a command-line utility used to administer work item type fields for Team Foundation Server.

witimport

Describes witimport, a command-line utility used to validate and import a work item type definition from an XML file to a team project in Team Foundation Server.

witexport

Describes witexport, a command-line utility used to export an XML definition for a Team Foundation Server work item type.

glimport

Describes glimport, a command-line utility used to validate and import global lists from an XML file to a Team Foundation Server team project.

glexport

Describes glexport, a command-line utility used to export an XML definition for global lists from Team Foundation Server.

SetupWarehouse

Describes SetupWarehouse, a command-line tool used to rebuild the online analytical processing (OLAP) or relational database.

Tf Command-Line Utility Commands

Describes the commands available with the tf command-line utility.

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