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  1. FishEye
  2. FE-1379

Integrate with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (replacing VSS)

    Details

    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: vcs-Other
    • Labels:
      None
    • Complexity:
      5
    • Value:
      5

      Description

      A customer has requested that we add support for integration with Visual Studio Team Foundation Server. Visual Studio Team Foundation Server is replacing VSS.

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          amelia.mendez Amelia Mendez added a comment - - edited

          I'd love tfs integration with Atlassian Confluence pls.

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          amelia.mendez Amelia Mendez added a comment - - edited I'd love tfs integration with Atlassian Confluence pls.
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          spittet Sten Pittet [Atlassian] added a comment -

          G'day everyone,

          This has been a difficult choice for us but we have decided to close this issue. It has been opened for several years already and realistically we are not going to implement support for Team Foundation Server.

          Our team wants to focus on improving FishEye with the SCMs that are already supported. Adding another one to the list would slow down development significantly and every customer would be impacted in a negative way.

          Ideally we would like to be able to support every team out there and this was a tough decision to make – the impressive number of votes on this issue shows how much FishEye can help developers.

          You can reach out to me at spittet@atlassian.com if you have any question, I'll be happy to respond.

          Regards,

          Sten Pittet
          FishEye / Crucible Product Manager

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          spittet Sten Pittet [Atlassian] added a comment - G'day everyone, This has been a difficult choice for us but we have decided to close this issue. It has been opened for several years already and realistically we are not going to implement support for Team Foundation Server. Our team wants to focus on improving FishEye with the SCMs that are already supported. Adding another one to the list would slow down development significantly and every customer would be impacted in a negative way. Ideally we would like to be able to support every team out there and this was a tough decision to make – the impressive number of votes on this issue shows how much FishEye can help developers. You can reach out to me at spittet@atlassian.com if you have any question, I'll be happy to respond. Regards, Sten Pittet FishEye / Crucible Product Manager
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          chris.keeble@keeblesmith.com Chris Keeble added a comment -

          @Sten Pittet

          I'd just like to say thanks for making a decision and preventing this issue hanging around too much longer, and for taking the trouble to explain the situation and communicate what may not be a popular decision with some of your customers / user base.

          We use TFS and were hoping for integration to be implemented but I can entirely understand why you have taken this decision, and will now be able to make our own decisions about how we move forward with SCM for the future.

          Kind regards

          Chris

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          chris.keeble@keeblesmith.com Chris Keeble added a comment - @Sten Pittet I'd just like to say thanks for making a decision and preventing this issue hanging around too much longer, and for taking the trouble to explain the situation and communicate what may not be a popular decision with some of your customers / user base. We use TFS and were hoping for integration to be implemented but I can entirely understand why you have taken this decision, and will now be able to make our own decisions about how we move forward with SCM for the future. Kind regards Chris
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          spittet Sten Pittet [Atlassian] added a comment -

          Thanks for your understanding Chris Keeble, it's great for us to have feedback like yours.

          Cheers,

          Sten

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          spittet Sten Pittet [Atlassian] added a comment - Thanks for your understanding Chris Keeble , it's great for us to have feedback like yours. Cheers, Sten
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          peter.dolkens Peter Dolkens added a comment -

          I must say - I'm disappointed in the decision.

          TFS is a major enterprise SCM product - and I honestly feel that you guys are really tripping yourselves up when it comes to big-enterprise uptake of your products.

          In the last 10 years, I can honestly say that there was only a single shop that DIDN'T involve TFS in some way, shape, or form - be that as their primary SCM, or as a forced decision due to client requirements.

          One particular company I worked at, with 6000+ employees, still uses TFS as their primary SCM. I was involved in an attempt to switch the entire organisation over to using Jira, but it was things like this that caused the greatest resistance - why use Jira, over the integrated tools that come with TFS? Because Jira has better features? Hardly an argument when those features aren't available unless they change their ENTIRE business at once.

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          peter.dolkens Peter Dolkens added a comment - I must say - I'm disappointed in the decision. TFS is a major enterprise SCM product - and I honestly feel that you guys are really tripping yourselves up when it comes to big-enterprise uptake of your products. In the last 10 years, I can honestly say that there was only a single shop that DIDN'T involve TFS in some way, shape, or form - be that as their primary SCM, or as a forced decision due to client requirements. One particular company I worked at, with 6000+ employees, still uses TFS as their primary SCM. I was involved in an attempt to switch the entire organisation over to using Jira, but it was things like this that caused the greatest resistance - why use Jira, over the integrated tools that come with TFS? Because Jira has better features? Hardly an argument when those features aren't available unless they change their ENTIRE business at once.