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Does TFS hold the date of the last change to a report?


Does TFS hold the date of the last change to a report?

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I've been tasked with aligning our TFS database with the ReportServer database so that the latest version in ReportServer is the same as TFS. After querying the tfs_DefaultCollection db for hours, I'm still having trouble finding the last time a report was modified. Has anyone done this?

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I've been tasked with aligning our TFS database with the ReportServer database so that the latest version in ReportServer is the same as TFS. After querying the tfs_DefaultCollection db for hours, I'm still having trouble finding the last time a report was modified. Has anyone done this?

TIA!


(From memory) Right click the report in Source Control Explorer and then 'View History' to see a list of updates, by date and modifier.


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