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You are using the Team System Web Access (TSWA) 2008 Power Tool and Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2008 with Service Pack 1. You have used the ConfigureConnections command of TFSAdminUtil to configure links in notification e-mails to point to artifacts in TSWA instead of in TFS directly, as follows (where http://server:port is the URL to TSWA):
When you run the TFSAdminUtil as explained in the previous section, the expectation is that it enables links to TSWA in three different types of notification e-mails generated by TFS:
Work item change notification
What actually happens is that only check-in notification e-mails are updated to have links to TSWA. Build and work item notification e-mails still link to the old artifact viewers.
Perform the following procedure to manually enable TSWA links in work item notification e-mails. NOTE: there are currently no equivalent steps to enable TSWA links in build notification e-mails.
1. On the application-tier server for Team Foundation, open the following folder:
%ProgramFiles%\Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Team Foundation Server\Web Services\Services\v1.0\Transforms
2. Back up WorkItemChangedEvent.xsl. 3. In that file, locate the following text: <xsl:value-of select="DisplayUrl" /> 4. Replace the text from the previous step with the following text, where "8090" is the port through which you installed Team System Web Access (this assumes that TSWA is installed on the same server as TFS, as the following change will only change the port number and the path, not the server name):
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