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Hi, this question is related to the last change set id available in TFS, my query is , our tfs collection has multiple branches.I create a work space for each branch and build them.

Now my question is: i wanted to know the last local changeset id of the workspace with which i builded the solution.

For example, i build MAIN branch 2 days back, now i wanted to know the last local
changesetid that is available locally before i do get latest from server. I used History command but some how it is giving the server changesetID not the local changeset id. Please help me in solving the problem.

here is my arguments for the VScommandprompt.

tf history $/MAIN /collection:tfscollection /workspace:xxxx /format:Detailed /recursive /stopafter:1

thanks and best regards,

Note: please also let me know will it be possible to find the local workspace version?? if not please provide the reason.
Posted 26-Jun-13 5:09am

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