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  • How do I create a report listing of all pending changes in a project?
    martedì 13 marzo 2012 17:58

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  • Hi mhernandez462,

    Thank you for your post.

    As far as i know, in current release, TFS could list all pending changes, open source control explorer, click File-->Source Control-->Find in Source Control-->Status-->choose Display all checked out-->Find, you will see all the pending changes for currrent item.

    But, for team web access, current there is no offical document about WebAccess Extension could support it. WebAccess has its own API, it is suggested to create a seperatedf ASP.NET site instead of extending WebAccess.

    In additon, you can submit it as a suggestion to Visual Studio UserVoice site. Microsoft engineers will evaluate them seriously.

    If anything is unclear, please free feel to let me know.

    Best Regards,


    Lily Wu [MSFT]
    MSDN Community Support | Feedback to us

    giovedì 15 marzo 2012 05:46

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  • Pending change it's a local, the server only know that someone checkout this file for edit, but everyone has different pending change specialty if you enable multiple checkout

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    mercoledì 14 marzo 2012 19:43
  • Hi mhernandez462,

    Thank you for your post.

    As far as i know, in current release, TFS could list all pending changes, open source control explorer, click File-->Source Control-->Find in Source Control-->Status-->choose Display all checked out-->Find, you will see all the pending changes for currrent item.

    But, for team web access, current there is no offical document about WebAccess Extension could support it. WebAccess has its own API, it is suggested to create a seperatedf ASP.NET site instead of extending WebAccess.

    In additon, you can submit it as a suggestion to Visual Studio UserVoice site. Microsoft engineers will evaluate them seriously.

    If anything is unclear, please free feel to let me know.

    Best Regards,


    Lily Wu [MSFT]
    MSDN Community Support | Feedback to us

    giovedì 15 marzo 2012 05:46