Connect Eclipse to TFS
Connect Eclipse to your team project in TFS so that you can use TFS to share your code, build your apps, and improve collaboration with your customers and your team members.
Create a team project
Once you've created your Team Foundation Service account, you'll want to create a team project. A team project is where you store all your source code, as well as tasks and builds. It's also a good way to get a team together to do some great work!
Go to your home page - https://[your account].visualstudio.com - to create a team project.
Name your project and choose a process template.
The process template defines how you manage your work: as a Scrum project, a general Agile project, or a more formal CMMI style project. Choose the template that's best for your team.
Click Create Project, wait a few moments, and you're ready to go!
Done. You have your very own Team Foundation Service in the cloud. Now, let's connect it to Visual Studio.
Connect Eclipse to your team project
If you haven't already, install the Team Explorer plug-in for Eclipse: http://dl.microsoft.com/eclipse/tfs. Show me how.
Open the team explorer in Eclipse.
Connect to TFS.
Copy your team project's URL from the browser.
Sign in using your Live ID.
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Select your project collection, and then select your team project.
Now you're connected. You can use TFS to can share and build your code, and to help collaborate with your customers and with your team members.
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