some time ago I created project named TFS2NAV. Now it is time to tell you what you can do with it.
If you are using Dynamics NAV in your company and you are using TFS (on-prem or Team Services), this project helps you to extend the TFS by passing information about different things from TFS into your NAV. Than you can develop own process in NAV to do what you want.
TFS has feature named Service Hooks. Service Hooks are web services, which could be called when something happens inside TFS. And which events you can hook?
Create new Service Hook in TFS, select Web Hooks service, Select trigger you want, set the filters. Now set the URL to something like http://server:port/TFS2NAV/TFS2NAVListener.svc/ToNAV. Test the service through Test button. It will generate some dummy event and will show you the result. If all is OK (the message wen through TFS2NAV into your NAV webservice), you can Finish the process and your hook is prepared.
Because the data are passed into NAV as Json, it is on you to parse it, but you can find how to do that e.g. here.
Now you have a way how to connect TFS and e.g. your internal management system in NAV. And because you can manipulate TFS data through REST API, why not to connect your NAV to TFS through it and when needed change something from NAV? You can look at the TFS REST API here. And how to call REST service from NAV here.
As you can see, we a using REST (OData) more and more and you can connect your NAV with different services through that. I hope that it will comes your management system to new level, when you will be able connect your data with processes in DevOps and you will do more through automatic processes using TFS+PowerShell+NAV.
Oliver25: It could be that processing of the test data leads to error because the test data are unexpected (they have no relation to real data, processing could fail on that). You need to finish the process for them correctly.
I am expiriencing problems while trying to use your solution. I use TFS 2017 and NAV 2017 with SOAP Webservice and always get a Error 400 Bad Request when I test the connection between TFS and the IIS application.
Do you may have an idea why I am getting this issue?
It is working with Team Services too. You can set Service Hooks in Team services in same way like in on-prem TFS. You only need to open the TFS2NAV service to internet (and enable HTTPS on it with some trusted certificate) or allow access from cloud to it in some different way if you have any. www.visualstudio.com/.../get-started
Sounds great, but what does all those using Visual Studio Team Services, the SAAS version of TFS, do? [:)]