We are proud to present the new release of our TFS Automated Servicing and Administration Platform (TFS ASAP). This version supports update 1 of Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2017. The release includes two important bug fixes and a slightly different set of preconfigured automations.
First of all, automations added to the configuration file are no longer activated by default in every project. So if a new automation was configured it must now be enabled in every project where it should be used. To make sure you have the correct automations enabled, please check your projects in case of an TFS upgrade.The second bug fix covers the Suspect Links Automation. In previous releases the field type HTML could not be monitored. We removed this restriction and it is now possible to detect changes in every field and respond to that change by setting the Suspected field in linked work items.
To simplify the start for new TFS ASAP users we reduced the number of preconfigured automations. None of these automations require changes to the process template or any adjustments in the configuration file.