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How to: View Details for Changesets

Team Foundation version control retains historical data associated with changesets. You can get the details associated with a changeset 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 on at least one item set to Allow. For more information, see Team Foundation Server Permissions.

To view details for changesets from the Find Changesets window

  1. In the Find Changeset window, highlight the changeset for which you want to view details, and then click Details.

    For more information, see How to: Find a Changeset.

  2. In the Details for Changeset dialog box, view the change types that were added and any comments, work items, check-in notes, and policy warnings associated with the changeset.

  3. Close the Details for Changeset dialog box.

  4. Click OK.

To view details for changesets from the History window

  1. To open the History window, right-click the file in Solution Explorer or in the details pane of the Source Control Explorer, and then click View History.

  2. In the History window, select the row that contains the changeset for which you want to view details, right-click it, and then click Details.

    For more information about how to access a changeset in the History window, see How to: View Historical Data.

    NoteNote:

    Team Foundation version control retains historical data on all Changesets. History is presented in the History window. For more information, see Understanding the History Window.

  3. In the Details for Changeset dialog box, view the change types that were added and any comments, work items, check-in notes, and policy warnings associated with the changeset.

  4. Close the Details for Changeset dialog box.

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