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1 ALM with SharePoint 2010 and Visual Studio 2010 Paul Yuknewicz Lead Program Manager, Visual Studio

2 Session Objectives and Takeaways Session Objective(s): –Discuss why ALM is important –Review ALM themes in Visual Studio 2010 –Show how ALM can be used with SharePoint solutions Key Takeaway – SharePoint developers & testers can use the ALM features in VS2010

3 Idea is here Solution is here Why ALM?

4 Proactive Project Management −Understand Project Health −Detailed reports let you understand what is “Really” going on with the project −Optimized for Iterative Development −Ensure productivity and react to potential risks before they happen −Manage Projects Your Way −Use Microsoft Project or Excel based agile planning documents to keep control of your projects

5 Write Better Code - Dependency Diagrams - Understand code dependencies visually and understand where to make changes −Code Analysis and Code Metrics −Help you find and fix potential problems before you make them −Gated Check-In −Stop build breaks before they happen

6 Testing Done Right −Test and Lab Manager −Manual Testing for the 21st century −Plan, Manage and Execute tests from one place −Web and Load Testing −Know your code is ready for the big time −Measure performance under real time load conditions and ensure that your applications are ready for release −Virtual Test Environments −Reduce the overhead of maintaining physical test environments −Share Virtual environments between team members

7 Spend Less Time Debugging −Coded UI Tests −Automated regression tests let you find bugs earlier −Test Impact Analysis and Code Coverage −Run the Right Tests and only the Right Tests −And know you have really tested you code −IntelliTrace™ −Make “No-Repro” History with Actionable Bugs

8 Application Lifecycle Developer Machine Development Testing F5 Deploy Team Foundation Server Check In Staging Automated testing Warm-blooded user testing TFS Build Server SharePoint Projects SP2010 DLL’s Build Run Tests ? Run Tests ? Fix Bugs (repeat as necessary) NightlyBuild -OR- -OR-ContinuousIntegration Deploy using PowerShell Open/Close Bugs WSP

9 Application Lifecycle Developer Machine Development Testing F5 Deploy Team Foundation Server Check In Staging TFS Build Server SharePoint Projects SP2010 DLL’s Build Run Tests ? Run Tests ? NightlyBuild -OR- -OR-ContinuousIntegration Deploy using PowerShell WSP

10 Application Lifecycle Team Foundation Server Staging Warm-blooded user testing Open Bugs WSP

11 Application Lifecycle Developer Machine Development Testing F5 Deploy Team Foundation Server Staging TFS Build Server SharePoint Projects SP2010 DLL’s Build Run Tests ? Run Tests ? Fix Bugs (repeat as necessary) NightlyBuild -OR- -OR-ContinuousIntegration Deploy using PowerShell WSP

12 Application Lifecycle Team Foundation Server Staging Warm-blooded user testing Close Bugs WSP

13 Application Lifecycle Developer Machine Development Testing F5 Deploy Team Foundation Server Check In Staging Automated testing Warm-blooded user testing TFS Build Server SharePoint Projects SP2010 DLL’s Build Run Tests ? Run Tests ? Fix Bugs (repeat as necessary) NightlyBuild -OR- -OR-ContinuousIntegration Deploy using PowerShell Open/Close Bugs WSP

14 SharePoint ALM Specifics Team Build –Using TFS TeamBuild for SharePoint projects Unit Testing –Pex/Moles – Microsoft Research project SharePoint-Services-that-Rocks/ us/projects/pex/pexsharepointbehaviors.pdf –TypeMock – Commercial product

15 SharePoint ALM Specifics Integration Testing –Currently MSTest is.NET 4.0 only –Nunit or Xunit can be used –Coded-UI test work well also IntelliTrace –Not supported for 64-bit during F5 – FIXED in SP1! –Capture IntelliTrace log in MS Test Manager –Replay captured.iTrace logs in VS

16 SharePoint Platform Improvements BindingRedirect in manifest.xml –Redirect existing code to new assemblies Support for versioned feature upgrades –Declarative & Programmatic actions on upgrade Feature Upgrade Query Object Model –Determine what features are installed and their versions

17 BindingRedirect

18 Version attribute is used! –ActivationDependencies can specify version UpgradeActions element –VersionRange with Begin & End versions Declarative feature upgrade elements –ApplyElementManifests –AddContentTypeField –Mapfile

19 Programmatic feature upgrade elements –Provide assembly & class in UpgradeActions element –CustomUpgradeActions element provides Name and Parameters –Fires FeatureUpgrading event receiver

20 Upgrading Features Each Feature

21 Declarative Feature Upgrade

22 Programmatic Feature Upgrade

23 FeatureUpgrading Event

24 Feature Upgrade Object Model QueryFeatures method (4 overloads) –(Guid featureId) –(Guid featureId, bool needsUpgrade) –(Guid featureId, Version featureVersion) –(SPFeatureScope scope, bool needsUpgrade) –Available from SPWebService(Farm), SPWebApplication, SPContentDatabase and SPSite

25 How to Upgrade (Farm Solutions) Deploy the new solution Upgrade all features in Farm –psconfig -cmd upgrade -inplace b2b To be more granular use the object model –Feature.Upgrade() –Use PowerShell or custom code to invoke

26 How to Upgrade (Sandbox Solutions) Sandboxed Solutions –Upload new WSP to Solution Gallery –Select “Upgrade” in UI

27 Resources Dev center: Team Build How-To: us/library/ff aspx


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