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Having TFS 2010 build on demand where no build definition is defined

I have a new release and I want to get it into production. I built a development machine and manually installed the Release, Test and Production artifacts on it.
What I want is to build the release when a user wants it but I don’t have a build definition configured for the team project and I don’t want to add one. It has to be on demand.
What’s the best way to deal with this kind of situation?


This is not an option. You would need a TFS build definition to have a definition of what needs to be built when.
This is a configuration that is required when deploying to TFS, not when you just manually deploy.
TFS is designed to require these kinds of configurations.


Is it possible to use #1 in a column name for ORDER BY?

I need to reference a column twice, once from the SELECT clause and once in the ORDER BY clause.
I know it’s possible to put the column name into the ORDER BY clause as follows:
ORDER BY field1, field2

But is it also possible to put the column name from the SELECT clause into the ORDER BY clause?
Something like this:
ORDER BY field1, #1


Is it possible to use #1 in a column name for ORDER BY?

No, but you can write
ORDER BY #1, field1

See Using column aliases as the first argument in a SELECT clause for details.

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