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Creating your own event handler for the TFS Event Handler Service

, 21 Aug 2007
Creating an event handler with the Team Foundation Server Event Handlers is very easy. You will need to inherit from the AEventHandler class which is part of the RDdotNet.TeamFoundation.dll located in the install directory (I will make an SDK later).

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