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I want to find a method to query our TFS Server 2013 for test cases that have been switched from "Not Automated" or "Planned" to "Automated" within a given time period. I know I can create a query in Visual Studio that would pull all automated cases, and can add "Changed Date" > @today - 30 as a clause, but the methods that some of the manual QA testers user to update and change test cases end up pulling in a lot more than just the recently automated. Is there a way to create a sub query on the History field or query the cube directly for this information?

Here's what I have so far:

A screen shot of my automation query

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So far, it looks like the only way to do this is to create a report using the TFS data warehouse. It doesn't look like the Visual Studio IDE provides a method to do this. – Ryan Cox Jul 18 '14 at 18:34

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