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Creating Queries - Token for Current Iteration

When creating a work item query, you are given the option to select the iteration path for which the query is to return results for. It will be fantastic if a token was provided such as [Active Iteration] and you can specify the active iteration manually, or TFS calculating it via the Start/End dates

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    Lambros VasiliouLambros Vasiliou shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Anonymous shared a merged idea: Allow TFS queries to use shared snippets  ·   · 
    rob gagerob gage shared a merged idea: enable query to look for dates in a sprint  ·   · 
    Alessandro GrapsAlessandro Graps shared a merged idea: TFS: Iteration Path : Get CurrentIteration Path variables in queryes  ·   · 
    Tigran TorosyanTigran Torosyan shared a merged idea: Current Sprint queries Interation Path auto update  ·   · 
    Ramon DurãesRamon Durães shared a merged idea: Add variable @CurrentSprint (WorkItem>Shared Queries>Sprint Backlog )  ·   · 
    stevesteve shared a merged idea: Add @CurrentIteration variable to TFS  ·   · 
    Bryan HintonBryan Hinton shared a merged idea: Add an @CurrentIteration filter to create dynamic work item queries  ·   · 
    AnonymousAnonymous shared a merged idea: TFS Current Sprint Macro for query builder: if i have an Iteration tree like ProjectName -> Sprint Number -> Sprint 80 -> Reports. I would  ·   · 


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      • David WillissDavid Williss commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Yay! The variable is recognized by VS2015. That is, as I type it, get the warning that it's not recognized until I complete the word. The warning still says it only recognizes @Me, @Project and @Today, but it goes away as soon as it says @CurrentIteration. Now I just gotta wait for approval to get somebody to upgrade our TFS servers because they're stuck at the previous version so I can't use it yet :(

      • Kevin MacDowellKevin MacDowell commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It is not working for my online VS, I get
        "TF20036: The macro '@CurrentIteration' is not recognized. Available macros include @Me, @Project, and @Today. The error is caused by @CurrentIteration."

      • SisSis commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        When used, i see error: "TF20037: No Iterations are selected for the team. The macro '@CurrentIteration' is undefined."

      • Gaz IqbalGaz Iqbal commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Is this included in the "Update 5 - CTP 3" or will it only be available in the final version?

      • Christian BeermannChristian Beermann commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Thank you for listening to the community, Brain Harry! Now I don't have to edit all queries after the iterations for my 6 scrum teams. I love this little variable and it saves a lot of time each month! Big like for your dev-team. ;-)

      • Max CasconeMax Cascone commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Looking forward to this! I also second anon's request for @current_area_path for use when working with sub-teams.

      • Phil SpokasPhil Spokas commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Whoo hoo!!! (I'm generally pretty reserved, so you can take this as awesome news.) T/his has been an annoying soft spot in the product and will save me from the manual Sprint/Iteration "dance" that I never got around to automating)

      • Carlos SilvaCarlos Silva commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        When creating a ssrs report for TFS, how can i query SQL to display past, current and future iterations ?

        in search of help as i am knew to TFS.

        Carlos Silva

      • KaziKazi commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        It seems this will never be impleted. I'd suggest another implementation instead:

        Add two new fields to selectable field list: IterationStart, IterationEnd. With these two new fields we can use @Today macro to filter Work items belonging to current/past/future iterations.


      • Greg ProschGreg Prosch commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Yes, please! And even better would be the ability to reference next and prior say:

        Current + 1
        Current - 1

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