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How can I checkin multiple changesets to a single file associating to different work items?


Bradley Lahr (62412) | asked Jul 23 '15, 1:14 p.m.
As a developer I have checked in changes to MyFile.java and associated with work item #101.    This changeset has not yet been delivered as I have another member of the team conducting a peer review.    During this time I have made additional changes to MyFile.java, and would like to associate them with work item #202.    

It appears that my current single repository workspace workflow does not give me the ability to complete the second checkin.

Can you please advise a workflow that would support this scenario?

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Zeeshan Choudhry (6541512) | answered Jul 24 '15, 2:54 a.m.
1. Change file and save. 
2. Right click unresolved 
3. Check-in> New change set 
4.  Once its in Outgoing > Right click > Associate Work item
5. Right Click again on the outgoing change set and select Complete.  
6. Change file again and save. 
7. Right click unresolved 
8. Check-in> New change set 
9.  once its in Outgoing > Right click > Associate Work item
10. Right Click again on the outgoing change set and select Complete.  
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Ken Tessier (84117) | answered Jul 31 '15, 3:29 p.m.
For additional information about what it means to mark a change set complete, see Completing change sets.

Ken 

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