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Spencer Jones (111) | asked Jan 10 '09, 2:32 p.m.
Is it possible to find the files that have been checked in against a specific workitem and/or iteration? When checking in files they are associated with a workitem, however when I look at the workitem it does not give an easy view of the files that were checked in against it.

Ideally I want to be able to list all the files that are changed for a specific iteration.

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Geoffrey Clemm (29.7k23035) | answered Jan 10 '09, 4:08 p.m.
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A file is always checked-in against a change-set. It can also
optionally be checked-in against a workitem (which actually associates
the change-set to the workitem). So if you have change-sets associated
with a workitem, the change-sets will show up in the Eclipse client in
the Links pane of the workitem. You can then select any of the
change-sets, which brings the change-set up in the Change Explorer view,
where you can look at any of the files in the change set (and see the
changes made by that change-set to a particular file in the "compare"
editor).

Cheers,
Geoff

spencerjones wrote:
Is it possible to find the files that have been checked in against a
specific workitem and/or iteration? When checking in files they are
associated with a workitem, however when I look at the workitem it
does not give an easy view of the files that were checked in against
it.

Ideally I want to be able to list all the files that are changed for a
specific iteration.

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