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How to list all change sets associated with a story/children

Riccardo Rossi (3187) | asked Nov 17 '11, 5:59 a.m.
edited Nov 08 '16, 10:31 a.m. by David Lafreniere (4.8k7)
I have a story with some change sets associated, also many children (task and defects) of this story have other change sets associated. Moreover Some children of this story have othe sub-children with other change-sets (and i could have other sub-stories going down in tree).
To summarize i have a tree of Epic-Story-Task/Defects composed bye many levels, on each level (Epic,Story,Task/Defects) i could have some change-set associated. The change-sets could be associated to each level of the tree, also the tree could have many levels putting a Story inside another.

My question is:
Is there any way to query RTC to have the whole list of change-set associated to an Epic/Story and to all its children and sub-children?
We would like to have a single list of changes (change sets) related to a single story that has been implemented adding change sets to defects, tasks and stories that are childern of the selected story/epic.

We're working on Jazz 2 but we'll migrate soon to version 3.

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David Lafreniere (4.8k7) | answered Nov 08 '16, 10:30 a.m.
edited Oct 11 '17, 3:35 p.m.

One 'workaround' to achieve what you want is as follows:
As of RTC 4.0, you can right-click on the parent Epic work item and select "Locate Change Sets...". Now in the Locate Change Sets editor, you can select "Show child work items" at the bottom of the "Change Sets" section. This will add all child work items and show you all the change sets that are associated to those child work items.

You can also add a stream in the bottom 'Search Targets' section to see whether or not all of those change sets have been delivered to a particular stream.

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