VSTS Powershell Commands

Tips and tricks Inline Powershell task VSTS

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Maximize how you use your VSTS build and release pipeline with Inline Powershell tasks. In this blog series ‘Tips and Tricks for Inline Powershell’, I will show simple samples on how to get more out of your pipelines. This blog post: VSTS Powershell Commands. Continue reading “VSTS Powershell Commands”

Set Buildnumber from Inline Powershell

Tips and tricks Inline Powershell task VSTS

Maximize how you use your VSTS build and release pipeline with Inline Powershell tasks. In this blog series ‘Tips and Tricks for Inline Powershell’, I will show simple samples on how to get more out of your pipelines. This blog post: Set the buildnumber. Continue reading “Set Buildnumber from Inline Powershell”

Set progess in Inline Powershell task

Tips and tricks Inline Powershell task VSTS

Maximize how you use your VSTS build and release pipeline with Inline Powershell tasks. In this blog series ‘Tips and Tricks for Inline Powershell’, I will show simple samples on how to get more out of your pipelines. This blog post: Set progress. Continue reading “Set progess in Inline Powershell task”

Let your Inline Powershell task fail

Tips and tricks Inline Powershell task VSTS

Maximize how you use your VSTS build and release pipeline with Inline Powershell tasks. In this blog series ‘Tips and Tricks for Inline Powershell’, I will show simple samples on how to get more out of your pipelines. This blog post: Let your task fail. Continue reading “Let your Inline Powershell task fail”

Use VSTS Variables Inline powershell

Tips and tricks Inline Powershell task VSTS

Maximize how you use your VSTS build and release pipeline with Inline Powershell tasks. In this blog series ‘Tips and Tricks for Inline Powershell’, I will show simple samples on how to get more out of your pipelines. This blog post: Use VSTS Variables. Continue reading “Use VSTS Variables Inline powershell”

Best practices using Azure Resource Manager templates

Writen by Pascal Naber and Peter Groenewegen

This article focuses on best practices regarding the automated deployment of resources to Azure. We have implemented Continuous Deployment (CD) pipelines including the provisioning of Azure resources for many customers, and we would like to share our experience so you can benefit from it. These practices will help you create more reliable, testable, reusable, and maintainable templates. Continue reading “Best practices using Azure Resource Manager templates”

Set custom timeout for code first Migrations Entity Framework (Core 2.0)

Allow customizing timeout for migrations.

Sometimes a migration takes more time then your default timeout of your database connection. In such a case you do want to increase the timeout for the migration to be able to complete, but you do not want to change the timeout for your normal operations.
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