It is working like a charm. Remember that I’m setting this up with AX 2012 R3. I’m sure there are some issues with AX 2012 (AX 2012 is only supported for TFS 2012 and 2012) and AX 2012 R2. We need TFS 2012 client compatibility.
- Version control system (VCS) is a small part of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) which uses Team Foundation Server (TFS) as recommended toolset.
- Visual Studio Online is a cloud based service. It was released in November 2013 and is free of charge for up to 5 users. Therefore it is the perfect first step to get in touch with the power of TFS Integration with Dynamics AX. There is nothing stopping you from testing the capabilities of this integration for your Dynamics AX 2012 development.
Let’s get started
Step 1: VS Signup
Sign up with www.visualstudio.com. You are going get an account like YOURACCOUNT.visualstudio.com
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