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In a three-part series of articles, Eric Landes of the ASP Alliance, introduces you to develop reports using Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Crystal Reports for an agile project. Click the appropriate link below to view the article on the ASP Alliance site:

Part 1 – Creating management reports using Crystal Reports and Team Foundation Server (TFS) for an agile project. This article discusses the premise of using Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Crystal Reports to create reports for Agile Projects.  This includes the basics of how the agile process can work and how to use standard Team Foundation Server process templates with your agile process to help produce reports to help manage your projects.

Part 2 – Creating two reports using Crystal Reports and Team Foundation Server (TFS) for an agile project.

Part 3 – Creating a burn down chart (used in many agile software projects) using Crystal Reports and Team Foundation Server (TFS).

Bonus – Creating a unique story with TFS and Crystal Reports. This article explains how to create a burndown chart by looking at the SQL to run against the TFS database, and then how to create the Crystal report.

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