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Working out what changes were in a private build

Alasdair Nottingham (611610) | asked Feb 10 '09, 1:29 p.m.

We have just updated our RTC server to ensure that a review has occurred before code changes can be delivered to the team stream. This all works well, but one of the things the reviewer should be checking is whether or not the change set builds, passes unittests and so on.

When looking at a private build there doesn't seem to be any way to tell what changesets were in that build, where as for a scheduled build there is.

Is there anyway to work this out, or does the reviewer need to kick off their own private build to ensure this occurs?


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Ryan Manwiller (1.3k1) | answered Feb 11 '09, 6:08 p.m.
There is no way to see this from a "what changed" perspective, since the
personal build is just building what's there in the workspace.

If you are just trying to see if the person's changes were in their personal
build, you can look at the history of the workspace per component. From the
build result, you can navigate to the personal workspace used, then right
click a component and show->history.

Also, if you are in the work item and right-click the change set, you can
Locate Change Set, then browse to the personal workspace, and it will tell
you if its there.

Ryan Manwiller
Jazz Team

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