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Page: 6.Properties and environment variables
Administration > <project> > <build configuration> > Properties and environment variables <build configuration> > Edit configuration settings > Properties and environment variables Refer to the Properties of a Build Configuration section for properties description. System Properties Option Description \\ Predefined system properties \\ These readonly ...
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Page: Agent Details
Agents > click agent name The contents of this page depend on whether the agent is connected or disconnected from the server. Connected Agent Option Description Agent summary Status This field shows date and time that the agent was connected and enabled/disabled to the TeamCity Server ...
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Page: Agent Startup Properties
page has been moved or marked as obsolete. Please refer to the TeamCity Startup Properties page. In TeamCity a build agent contains two processes: Agent Launcher Java process that launch the agent process itself Agent main process for a Build ...
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Page: Build Parameters tab
Build Parameters tab appears on the Build Results page and shows the list of system properties and environmental variables which were used by a particular build. The properties and variables set depends on the settings of the build configuration. The following picture shows an example ...
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Page: Predefined Properties
predefined properties can originate from several scopes: #Server Build Properties the properties provided by TeamCity on the serverside in the scope of a particular build. An example of such property is a build number #Agent Properties properties provided by an agent. The properties are not specific ...
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Page: Properties of a Build Configuration
Properties of a Build Configuration provide you with a flexible means of sharing settings within a single Build Configuration, managing compatible agents based on specific environment (see Agent Requirements 7.Agent Requirements) and a convenient way of passing generic or environmentspecific settings ...
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Page: Run Custom Build Dialog
open the dialog: Click ellipsis on the Run button Click the Run build with these changes link on the Changes tab of the build results page build results home page To create history builds, TeamCity always uses the VCS roots and settings that are now ...
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Page: Server Startup Properties
page has been removed or marked as obsolete. Please refer to the TeamCity Startup Properties page. Depending on how your TeamCity server is started (using shell scripts or as Microsoft Windows service), you need to customize JVM options (e.g. ...
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Page: TeamCity Data Directory
directory used by TeamCity to store configuration and system files. It is usually named {{.BuildServer}}. The {{config}} subdirectory contains the configuration of your TeamCity projects, and the {{system}} subdirectory contains build logs, artifacts, and database files (if HSQLDB is being used by default). See ...
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Page: Version Control System
Version Control System (VCS) is a system for tracking the revisions of the project source files. It is also known as SCM (source code management) or a revision control system. TeamCity supports the following VCS: ClearCase CVS Perforce StarTeam Subversion Team Foundation ...
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