Category Archives: How-To’s

.NET Code Coverage in Two Clicks

If you have ever dealt with .NET code coverage for NUnit tests, you surely know that it is quite a tricky thing to configure: you need to read docs to properly set up launching a command line coverage tool in … Continue reading

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Using TeamCity NUnit Launcher

After not so short break we are back with the next post of our .NET mini-series, and today we are going to tell you about TeamCity NUnit Launcher — a bundled NUnit test runner. In most cases, if you need … Continue reading

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Unfolding TeamCity Addin for NUnit Secrets

In today’s episode of the NUnit mini-series we’d like to share some information on using TeamCity Addin for NUnit. As we wrote in our previous post, to provide tests state tracking and on-the-fly reporting, TeamCity bundles NUnit and includes its … Continue reading

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Managing TeamCity Database

Here, at JetBrains, we use TeamCity to build all our projects – commercial, open-source, and internal solutions. This is why we understand the value and importance of information that will be kept “inside” TeamCity server as well as the burden … Continue reading

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Build triggering: already existing and more upcoming in TeamCity 3.1

A flexible system of different build triggers in TeamCity allows to start the builds when it’s really necessary rather then use your company’s hardware resources at their most – running multiple builds at the same time and making you wait … Continue reading

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Labeling the VCS roots of finished builds

TeamCity has two ways to label the build’s sources: automatic and manual one. So, let’s start with adding labels into the VCS for the build’s sources. TeamCity can optionally add a label into the version control system for the sources … Continue reading

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Analyzing thread dumps

A useful feature helping to troubleshoot hangs and deadlocks in Java and .NET threads, is now available in TeamCity 3.0. You have a possibility to view stacktraces of all threads of all build’s processes on the build agent. Taking a … Continue reading

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Discovering “hanging” builds with TeamCity

In TeamCity 3.0 we implemented one small but useful feature assisting you with builds’ state troubleshooting: discovering builds which are probably “hanging” at the moment and displaying this information on the Projects and Build Configuration‘s homepage: Of course you don’t … Continue reading

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Personilized RSS Feeds for Builds Results

In the latest TeamCity 3.0 EAP releases we added one more feature helping to keep you up with the status of builds of the certain build configurations – getting reports on their status via syndication feeds. You can specify the … Continue reading

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Specifying the Artifact Dependencies in TeamCity

Since version 2.0 TeamCity allows to specify the dependencies between the results of the builds of the build configurations, i.e. artifact dependencies and provides dependent builds triggering. When creating new builds, it’s possible to use the artifacts of: last pinned … Continue reading

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