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Rally - What is the "Changeset Added" entry in the Revision History?

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Article ID: 145994

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Products

CA Agile Central On Premise (Rally)

Issue/Introduction

Looking at the revision history shows a number of entries that show CHANGESETS added, as seen in the screenshot below


What is the source of these entries?

Cause

These entries are put in place by a Version Control System (VCS) connector such as the GitHub connector.  When new code is checked into the VCS, the commit message may contain a reference to a formatted ID.  When the connector runs, it finds this formatted ID and links the change in the VCS to the work item in Rally and creates a changeset.

Environment

Release : 2018

Component : AGILE CENTRAL

Resolution

In order to view the changesets themselves, click on the Connections tab.  There you will find links back to the individual changes in the VCS

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