Creating a Unique Story report with TFS and Crystal Reports
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by Eric Landes
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In this article, we showed how to use Team Foundation Server, and Crystal Reports to create a Story Card.  This is useful for anyone using TFS as the repository for their project information for their agile project.  This card can be used for anyone who sees benefit of using a printed card over written index cards for your project.  I hope this is helpful for anyone doing XP style agile development, and happy coding.

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