Powershell To Modify Team Foundation Version Control

Kevin Eckart makes use of TFS commands to maintain source:

In our environment, changes made in the Test branch have to travel through the Main branch and into the Release branch to be deployed into production. Sometimes changes need to move through quickly without regard to other changes, especially in an environment where there may be a single coder. Note: the following code will merge all checked in code regardless of who checked it in. Be careful in multi-coder environments.

This is your daily public service announcement saying that if you don’t have your database code in source control, you really should get your database code into source control.

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