TFS 2012: Check-in Policies

TFS provides many check-in policies, which ensures the quality of code checked into TFS. Usage of proper check-in policies avoid issues related to broken builds and lack of coding standards.

Built-in Check-in Policies:

Gated Check-in

This policy ensures that the code will get check-in only after successful completion of build

 Changeset Comments Policy

This policy require users to provide check-in comments

 Work Items

This policy requires that one or more work items be associated with every check-in

 Code Analysis

This policy requires that code Analysis is run before check-in

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