List of changesets and updating

The diff will be generated and uploaded to Review Board, and the review request information will be updated based on the changeset description.

rbt post must be used if you’re using Perforce with Review Board, as the diff generated by p4 diff doesn’t provide the information necessary to properly display a side-by-side diff.

var tfs Url = " Tfs Server:8080/tfs/defaultcollection"; var source Control Root Path = "$/My Team Project"; var tfs Connection = Tfs Team Project Collection Factory.

Get Team Project Collection(new Uri(tfs Url)); var vcs = tfs Connection.

The type of a database which that change Set is to be used for.

When the migration step is running, it checks the database type against this attribute. If set to false and an error occurs part way through running a change Set containing multiple statements, the Liquibase databasechangelog table will be left in an invalid state.

The end result is that rbt post will build a diff and post it to a Review Board server.

The diff and any additional review request information will be saved on the server as a draft, which can then be published.

Used primarily when you need to change a change Set and don't want errors thrown on databases on which it has already run (not a recommended procedure).

This allows a single review request to show a diff representing the entire history of a branch, if desired. Simply type: Specifies the type of repository in the current directory.

In most cases this should be detected automatically, but some directory structures containing multiple repositories require this option to select the proper type.

Then be able to iterate through this list and get some metadata for the items (file and folder names ideally) I think I need to use the Query XXX methods on the Version Control Server class, but cannot find any helpful or clear examples on how to use this.

I have seen there is Get Lastest Changeset Id method, but this doesn't look like it can be scoped to a specific project or directory.

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