Getting started with the IBM Engineering Workflow Management client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE

IBM® Engineering Workflow Management client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE is a team collaboration tool that is designed to cater to the needs of different roles available in a team. Engineering Workflow Management works on the client-server architecture. All the clients of Engineering Workflow Management call Jazz™ Team Server for various functions. You will still be using the Microsoft Visual Studio IDE and can take advantage of all the features of the IBM Engineering Workflow Management client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE.

The Jazz Team Server administrator creates a repository, a project area, and a team area and sends an invitation to each team member.

Note: The IBM Engineering Workflow Management client for Microsoft Visual Studio IDE only supports Visual Studio theme changes in non-editor windows, such as the Team Artifacts and Pending Changes windows. After you change a theme, restart Visual Studio.

Explore a feature or a product area that you are interested in:

Feature or Product area Description
Projects and teams Learn how to accept a team invitation, connect to a repository and project area, and create streams and components.
Engineering Workflow Management source control Learn about the various features of Engineering Workflow Management source control such as adding projects to Jazz repository, managing change sets, working with repository workspaces, and so on.
Work items Learn how to create work items and find work items.
Builds Learn how to request builds and view build status.

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