Creating a Unique Story report with TFS and Crystal Reports
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Published: 17 May 2007
Abstract
This article will elaborate on a report created earlier for the Agile process. It describes how to make each story card unique using Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Crystal Reports.
by Eric Landes
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Introduction

The series I just recently completed showed how to create some reports for your agile projects using TFS and Crystal Reports.  This article continues that tradition of using TFS and Crystal Reports this time to create story cards from the TFS datastore.

In part 1 of our series we went over the premise of using Team Foundation Server (TFS) and Crystal Reports to create reports for agile projects.  In the 2nd part of the series, we covered 2 reports:  A Story Details Backlog report to allow you to distribute your story backlog to remote users.  The second story covered was a Current Iteration report to report the status of your current iteration, and a breakdown report. 

In part 3, we explained how to create a burndown chart utilizing TFS and Crystal Reports. 

For this article, we will create a report that allows the project manager to post Story cards from data in TFS on their war room boards.  This report will also address issues related to differences in the appearance between standard story cards, and these printed out story cards.


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