- Open the Manage TFS Servers and Workspaces dialog box with the list of all available servers and workspaces in them.
- Click the Add button in the Team Servers area.
- In the Add Team Foundation Server dialog box, that opens, specify the URL address of the target server and your credential to access it.
- Click OK. WebStorm returns to the Manage TFS Servers and Workspaces dialog box, where the new server is added to the list.
To discard a server access configuration, select the server in the list and click the Remove button in the Team Servers area.
A workspace is identified by its name and the name of its owner, contains the name of your machine, the URL address of the server the workspace belongs to, and a set of mappings between remote and local working folders that are accessible through the workspace.
- Open the Manage TFS Servers and Workspaces dialog box, and select the server in question. To refresh the list of the available server workspaces, click the Reload workspaces button.
- Click the Create button in the Workspaces area.
- In the Create Workspace dialog box, that opens, specify the workspace name. Optionally, provide a brief description of the workspace in the Comment text box.
In the Working folders area, define the mappings.
- Click the Add button . A new line is added to the list of mappings.
- In the Server path text box, specify the folder on the server you need to work with.
- In the Local path text box, specify the local folder to store the downloaded data in.
Specify the status of the mapping in the Status drop-down list.
- To enable retrieving data from the server according to the mapping, choose Active.
- To prevent downloading data from the server according to the mapping, choose Cloaked.
- To discard a mapping, select it in the list and click the Remove button .