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How to: Retrieve Old Versions of Files from Changesets

Team Foundation source control retains historical data associated with changesets. The details associated with a changeset are accessed from either the Find Changesets window or from the History window and presented in the Details for Changeset window, as described in the following procedures.

Required Permissions

To perform these procedures, you must have the Read permission set to Allow. For more information, see Team Foundation Server Permissions.

To view details for changesets from the Find Changesets window

  1. Find the desired changeset by following the procedure in How to: Find a Changeset.

  2. In the Find Changesets dialog box, highlight the changeset you want to retrieve and then click OK.

    The Get dialog box is displayed, with the Changeset number added in the Changeset text box. The changeset number corresponds to a point in time when those changes were committed to the Team Foundation source control server, and the get retrieves what was the latest version at that time.

  3. (Optional) Select the Force Overwrite writeable files that are not checked out option. If this option is selected, files from the server overwrite all files that do not have the read-only attribute associated with them. Only files that are different on the server overwrite the files in the local workspace. By default, this option is not selected.

  4. (Optional) Select the Force get of file versions already in workspace option. By default, this option is selected.

  5. Click Get.

    NoteNote

    This operation gets every source control item in the changeset. Team Foundation source control does not let you get individual items from a changeset.

    Source Control Explorer is displayed and the Latest column has updated status, for example, if the file was updated after the changeset, the status would be "No."

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