When you run tf shelvesets shelvesetName /format:detailed you get the shelveset’s name and some metadata associated with it, but not the changes. To get a list of the changes in a changeset, run: tf stat /shelveset:shelvesetName;DOMAINownerUserName The output is similar to that of a workspace….( read more )

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