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Jose Miguel Ordax Cassa (2.4k2125100) | asked May 25 '09, 2:01 p.m.
Hi, I am doing some test with RTC 2.0 Beta2 Build System and I am not
able to see included work items included in Build results. Same steps in
RTC 1.0.1.1 worked fine.

Is there anything new to do in 2.0 to include work items automatically
in Build results? what I do is create some work items, deliver changes
associating them to those work items, and execute the build. Although
the Build results show the change sets, it doesn't show the associated
work items. Am I missing anything?

Thanks in advance,

Chemi.

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Jose Miguel Ordax Cassa (2.4k2125100) | answered May 28 '09, 12:09 p.m.
Chemi wrote:
Hi, I am doing some test with RTC 2.0 Beta2 Build System and I am not
able to see included work items included in Build results. Same steps in
RTC 1.0.1.1 worked fine.

Is there anything new to do in 2.0 to include work items automatically
in Build results? what I do is create some work items, deliver changes
associating them to those work items, and execute the build. Although
the Build results show the change sets, it doesn't show the associated
work items. Am I missing anything?

Thanks in advance,

Chemi.

Is anybody using last Beta 2 seeing this same behavior? I would like to
know if this is happening just to me, to decide if I open a defect or not.

Thanks in advance,

Chemi.

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Jose Miguel Ordax Cassa (2.4k2125100) | answered Jun 02 '09, 4:02 p.m.
Chemi wrote:
Chemi wrote:
Hi, I am doing some test with RTC 2.0 Beta2 Build System and I am not
able to see included work items included in Build results. Same steps
in RTC 1.0.1.1 worked fine.

Is there anything new to do in 2.0 to include work items automatically
in Build results? what I do is create some work items, deliver changes
associating them to those work items, and execute the build. Although
the Build results show the change sets, it doesn't show the associated
work items. Am I missing anything?

Thanks in advance,

Chemi.

Is anybody using last Beta 2 seeing this same behavior? I would like to
know if this is happening just to me, to decide if I open a defect or not.

Thanks in advance,

Chemi.

With Nick help we found the reason. Build process was using the same
Repository Workspace where the code changes were done. Creating a new
Repository Workspace pointing to the same stream than the other and
using it into the Build Definition did the trick.

Regards,

Chemi.

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