After updating from TFS 2013 Update 4 to TFS 2015 Update 1, any web extensions will no longer run.
- Update any references eg
- delegate = VSS.Core.delegate;
- Update manifest.xml
- Change version
- <WebAccess version=”14.0″>
- Add .js to the namespace eg
Zip up the package, runtime, min and manifest.xml and install
See following reference
Problem accessing SharePoint Excel files after update – getting error dialog entitled Excel.
Applied the 2 the following fixes and all was fine.
- Unable to process the request when opening an Excel document in SharePoint 2010
- Excel Services: Unable to process the request, Wait a few minutes and try performing this operation again
This is possibly related to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2871997 installed just before the problem surfaced.
After installing Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 – errors may be generated in the Output dialog from the Team Foundation Build in Visual Studio as follows, stating “Error: Could not load file or assembly ‘Microsoft.Web.Administration’, …”
Solution is to ensure that the IIS Management Services is installed – go to Windows features and select as follows under the Internet Information Services tree.
Tested on Windows 7 and 8.1
Searching the web it hard to find a presentation aimed at management, justifying upgrading from TFS 2010 to TFS 2012, covering the benefits and risks to an in-house development environment. There is a vast amount of information on TFS 2012 but it seemed to go too deep, too quickly, without stating the business case for deployment.
The following PowerPoint presentation is a compilation of many sources from Microsoft and others. Acknowledgements are given, along with links to source material. If anything is missing please post a comment. Similarly, for any improvements.
TFS2012 Reasons to Upgrade