Lessons In Windows PowerShell – Part 1 – Introduction

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2 Responses to Lessons In Windows PowerShell – Part 1 – Introduction

  1. Joao Morais says:

    Hi Adam,

    There is feature in TFS 2008 called “retention policy” for a build definition where you can specify for each build type (e.g. “successful” or “failed”) how many builds you want to keep. I usually keep the last 5 or 7 successful builds and only the “last failed”.

    I was looking for something else – keep searching 🙂

    Cheers
    Joao

    • Adam Craven says:

      Hi Joao,

      I am already using the “retention policy” feature in TFS 2008. The retention policy however only controls the number of builds retained in your drop folder – not the number of individual folders for builds of different branches that are used on your build servers.

      I appreciate your comment though!

      cheers,
      Adam

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