Managing Project Server Integration with TFSAdmin ProjectServer
You can synchronize data between Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2010 and either Microsoft Project Server 2007 with Service Pack 2 (SP2) or Project Server 2010 if you first configure several points of integration between them. To configure this integration, you use the TFSAdmin ProjectServer command-line tool, which you can find in Drive:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE on any computer that runs Team Explorer and Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio 2010. For 64-bit machines, the tool is in Drive:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE.
For an overview of this configuration, see Administering the Integration of Team Foundation Server and Project Server.
You can use the parameters in the following table to display information about TfsAdmin ProjectServer.
Displays the syntax and parameters for the command-line tool.
Displays the syntax and parameters for the TfsAdmin ProjectServer command that you specify.
Manage the registration of Project Server to Team Foundation Server. To integrate Project Server and Team Foundation Server, you must first register an instance of Project Web Access or Project Web App (PWA) to Team Foundation Server. To manage this type of registration, you use the following command options:
Manage the association of team project collections to an instance of PWA. You manage the association of team project collections to an instance by using the following command options:
Manage the association of enterprise project plans to team projects. To synchronize tasks in an enterprise project with work items in a team project, you must map the project plan to the team project. You can manage this type of mapping by using the following command options:
Manage which types of work items participate in data synchronization. After you have made your initial configurations and mapping, you can change the types of work items that are mapped. You can manage the types of work items that participate in synchronization by using the following command options:
Customize how fields are mapped between Team Foundation Server and Project Server. You must map fields between the two server products and define how the data is synchronized. You can either upload the default mappings or add mappings and customize how fields are synchronized. You maintain the field mappings by using the following command options:
Retrieve recent error messages that occurred when data was synchronized. To support your troubleshooting efforts, you can retrieve information about the most recent errors that were logged for a team project collection if you use the /GetSyncMessages command option.