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Error to configure TFS Integration Profile

Hello

I am trying to configure a new Source Control Profile en Silk Central 19 and after configuring the profile, I get the following error:

 

Cannot run program "tf.cmd": CreateProcess error=2, The system cannot find the file specified

 

Can you help me?.

Thank you.
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Hi alitales,

Which TFS version do you use?
Did you setup the Microsoft Visual Studio Team Explorer Everywhere command-line client?
It's needed to work with TFS source control. Additionally the path to the "tf.cmd" should be in the PATH environment variable

Please check online help-topic "Adding TFS Source Control Profiles"
"To add a TFS source control profile, the Microsoft Visual Studio Team Explorer Everywhere 2015 command-line client (English version) needs to be installed on the front-end server and every execution server on which you want to use the source control profile. You can download the CLC from the Microsoft GitHub repository. You must run Team Explorer Everywhere and accept the license agreement to make the integration work. For more information, refer to this knowledge base article."

Regards
Michael
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Hi.

When you refer to "front-end server", do you mean the server where the Silk Central is installed?
If so, then we have to install it to connect to the TFS


Thank You very much,
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Hi,

Yes, it's the host where Silk Central is installed.

Additionally, if you run automated tests, whose test-artefacts (scripts, configuration-files etc.) are hosted in a TFS source control, then you also have to install this Microsoft Visual Studio Team Explorer Everywhere command-line client on those execution server(s), where your automated tests are executed; otherwise the execution server would not be able to access your TF source control and checkout files from there.

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Michael
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Hi Michael.

Then We must install TFS in this Host.

Thank you very much 🙂
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As the Silk Central online help states:
The Microsoft Visual Studio Team Explorer Everywhere 2015 command-line client needs to be installed on the front-end server and on every execution server on which you want to run automated tests that check-out sources from your TFS source control.

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Michael
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Hi

It is understandable if you have to use test-artefacts (scripts, configuration-files etc.) to run in Execution server.
I have it in mind too

Thank you very much.
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