Microsoft has released several QFEs and a Hotfix Rollup Package for Microsoft Test Manager 2010. Highlights of these updates include:
- Multi-line support for editing test cases in Microsoft Test Manager
- Reduce the size of test data saved to the TFS Database
- Performance improvements for loading automated test cases from a build-drop path
- Performance improvements for publishing test results on a test suite that contains thousands of test cases in Test Manager
This QFE is available for download here.
Also, in other Visual Studion 2010 news, the folks over at MSDN Virtual Labs have introduced three new TFS Training Modules! Per the announcement post:
“TFS Training Kit: Module 1
After completing this lab, you will be better able to create and delete team projects, set a process template as the default template for all new projects, fill out work item fields with text and integer fields, which can either be entered freely or from pre-defined values, link an existing work item to a new work item, creating the latter in the process, create a new work item in both Excel and Project, modify multiple work items in Excel and Project, run queries that have been predefined for you, create a new work item query, and modify an existing query.
TFS Training Kit: Module 2
After completing this lab, you will be better able to map a folder in the team project’s source-control repository to a local directory, add files to the source-control repository and check them in, check-out files and compare their versions, configure parameterized reports and run them, export reports in different formats, create a new Team Project using SharePoint integration, upload a document into SharePoint document management, and add a link from a TFS 2010 work item to the document managed in SharePoint.
TFS Training Kit: Module 3
After completing this lab, you will be better able to create a new user story and link it to a new task, run a work item query for locating the user story, create a new Team Project from the command-line using Power Tools, modify an existing work item type and set the allowed values in one of its fields, configure project-level security information for a TFS team project, configure access rights to the work items in an area of the project, and configure a team project’s source control,” blogged Microsoft.