Changesets and updating work items

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tf changeset [/comment:("comment"|@commentfile)] [/notes:("Note Field Name"="Note Field Value"|@notefile)] [/noprompt] [/collection: Team Project Collection Url] [changesetnumber | /latest] [/login:username,[password (emphasis mine). Right bottom you’ll see a tab called ‘Links’ (1), click it, and then click the ‘Link to’ (2) button.

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tf changeset [/comment:("comment"|@commentfile)] [/notes:("Note Field Name"="Note Field Value"|@notefile)] [/noprompt] [/collection: Team Project Collection Url] [changesetnumber | /latest] [/login:username,[password]] (emphasis mine). Right bottom you’ll see a tab called ‘Links’ (1), click it, and then click the ‘Link to’ (2) button.

TF - Team Foundation Version Control Tool, Version 10.0.30319.1 Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. Displays information about a changeset and lets you change the associated attributes, such as comments and check-in notes. Let’s think: we want to associate a changeset with a work item. After the successful commit remember the changeset # (in our example 25464), go to the work item you want to associate the changeset to.

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, : ; [ ] { } ( ) - | / TFS users are mapped to Team Pulse users as appropriate: by domain name, than by full name.

If neither method connects the TFS user to Team Pulse user, the item mentioned in the check-in comment will not be updated.

You can associate TFS changesets to Team Pulse work items using special syntax in the comments.

To do so you just have to mention the Team Pulse work item ID prefixed with # in the changeset comment.

Updated : This task is now available as an extension in the VSTS marketplace A common request I get from clients is how can I create a custom set of release notes for a build?

The standard TFS build report often includes the information required (work items and changesets/commits associate with the build) but not in a format that is easy to redistribute.

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