Microsoft.Web.Administration is very useful providing read and write access to the IIS configuration in a simple way.
However, I stumbled across a peculiar issue when trying to add a SSL binding to a website located on another machine. Click here to read more.
This is the second part of a series on how to implement a validation plugin using ITeamFoundationRequestFilter.
You can go to the first part by clicking the link below:
In this post I’ll explain how to intercept a work item creation request and prevent the operation from executing.
What’s in the request ?
After creating a simple plugin using an ITeamFoundationRequestFilter implementation, you are now able to intercept requests to TFS.
I recommend using a software such as Fiddler to capture requests and observe what they’re like. In our case, we’re going to investigate what goes on when we create a WorkItem on Visual Studio and on Web Access. I’ll also be using Fiddler since it’s well known and easy to use. Click here to read more.
How this came up – The problem with Work Item Process Editor
If you’ve worked a fair time with TFS you know it surely has its pitfalls and issues. One thing that upset me a lot before is validating work items. You never know what kinds of requirements people can come up with, and with such a limited interface there isn’t much you can do. Click here to read more.