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    MSF Process Template for CMMI Process Improvement - v4.2

    Language:
    English
    Choose the MSF for CMMI Process Improvement process for projects with longer life cycles and that require a record of decisions made.
    • Version:

      v4.2

      File Name:

      MSF for CMMI Process Improvement - v4.2.EXE

      Date Published:

      3/11/2008

      File Size:

      14.6 MB

        Choose the MSF for CMMI Process Improvement process for projects with longer life cycles and that require a record of decisions made. Choose MSF for CMMI Process Improvement over MSF for Agile Software Development, if your organization is undertaking a broad quality assurance and process improvement initiative or your team needs the assistance of explicit process guidance rather than relying on tacit knowledge and experience.


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        Special permission to use SEI and its materials ©2005 by Carnegie Mellon University, in MSF for CMMI Process Improvement is granted by the Software Engineering Institute. CMMI® is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office by Carnegie Mellon University.

        The Software Engineering Institute has reviewed MSF for CMMI Process Improvement for completeness and correctness of CMMI V1.1 concepts. However, the Software Engineering Institute and Carnegie Mellon University do not directly or indirectly endorse MSF for CMMI Process Improvement.
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP

        Visual Studio Team System
        Team Foundation Server 2008
        Team Explorer
        WinZip or equivalent to extract the contents
      • 1) Download and Run the .exe file, and follow the instructions to download the zip file.
        2) Extract all the files from the zip file to a known location on your computer.
        3) Follow the instructions at How to: Upload a Process Template

        Note: When you try to extract the files into a location with a long path you might be prompted for a password. The issue appears to lie in the Windows Extraction Wizard. When you extract a file with a long path into a location with a long path, the combined path length seems to exceed the capability of the Extraction Wizard. Unfortunately, instead of an informative error message, you are prompted for a password.

        As a simple workaround, try the following when the Extraction Wizard prompts you for a location to place the extracted files. Instead of choosing a location with a long path (e.g., the Desktop or My Documents), extract the files to a shallow path, like the root of a drive, such as C:\.

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