This is one possible approach. When setting up Code Collections each ‘Collection Name’ in the grid can map to only one project, and each project can map to
only one Code Collection.
I have a TFS Project called STEPHENDNT. I have three sub-folders for Functions, Procedures and Views.
Suppose I am controlling Functions, procedures functions, and views in the database. I add a new code collection for each, mapped to the TFS sub folders.
My Code Collection screen looks like this when I am done.
If you wish to control just one Schema, do the same with the Schema name selected in the schema dropdown.
As I said, this is not ideal, but may work.
From: Cindy Kennedy [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 4:52 PM
Subject: RE: [Toad for Oracle - Beta Discussion Forum] QUESTION - Mapping Toad Team Coding Code Collection group to Microsoft Team Foundation Server Project Folders (TOAD v 12.5)
RE: QUESTION - Mapping Toad Team Coding Code Collection group to Microsoft
Team Foundation Server Project Folders (TOAD v 12.5)
Reply by Cindy Kennedy
We are trying to implement the 12.1 workaround that you suggested. Could you provide a bit more detail as to how we can do this, please?
We don’t know how to do the following:
“The work around in 12.1 is to create a single code collection mapped to the functions folder, procedure folder etc. I understand this is less than ideal.”
We are willing to try it out…
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