Saturday, February 20, 2016

TFS – Export Changeset with relative WorkItem


Many of you use TFS in order to track the Development, Bug, Rework, etc. WorkItems.
Could be useful have a list of all Changesets with relative workitem, Owner, Estimation, Custom tag.
A really good script to achieve this result, is a PowerShell Script that you can find here

You can modify as per your needed, you can filter per Date, User, etc.
Take care in the Export to CSV file command, especially on the Group by “Group ServerItem”.
From my side, many Changesets had the “ServerItem” tag empty.

Enjoy with TFS!


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ms dynamics said...

I recently had installed Dynamics AX 2012 and encountered a Team Foundation Server error, but I have already fixed this mistake, so now actively use its features. Thank you for such a useful and informative post, I think this script will necessarily help me and will simplify some steps in my work.

Ian Bishop said...

Thank you for this interesting article. You could write a whole book on this topic. Explanation is easily understanble and elaborative. I am exploring more on dynamics axapta and
this kind of stuff helps me sort few queries..thank you.