Last post Nov 01, 2012 08:51 AM by suresh kannan
Oct 19, 2012 11:49 PM|SamU|LINK
In VS 2012, is there a way for me to create a task and link it to, say, line 350 in an action method in a controller?
The idea is to create tasks for people in my team where they can open their tasks and by clicking a link, they can get to the section in the code where they need to do their work.
Oct 29, 2012 02:10 AM|geric philip|LINK
could you give more details or backgroud about your idea? very impressive
Oct 30, 2012 09:30 PM|SamU|LINK
There's a built-in feature in TFS to create tasks and it keeps track of its history. It also allows you to assign a task to someone in your team. However, it doesn't let you link that task to a specific location in application code.
In my team, I have some less experienced developers who do not yet have the ability to understand the logical flow in an application. They usually struggle with understanding where they need to go do their work.
So, I needed a way to create a task and link it to a specific location in the code.
I can use //TODO: or //HACK in Visual Studio but this is not a full blown task. I can't assign it to anyone or keep track of its history.
Hope this clarifies the idea.
Nov 01, 2012 08:51 AM|suresh kannan|LINK
You can't assign the tasks for specific user. because it won't intermediate with compiler or in debug mode.
Try some alternative to work around with team.