FireDAC Components for Azure DevOps

Build 21.0.7930


Retrieves the changes associated with the build.

Table Specific Information


The component will use the Azure DevOps API to process WHERE clause conditions built with the following column and operator. The rest of the filter is executed client side within the component.
Note: BuildId is required in order to query BuildChanges.

  • ProjectId supports the '=' operator.
  • BuildId supports the '=' operator.
  • IncludeSourceChange supports the '=' operator.
For example:
	SELECT * FROM BuildChanges WHERE ProjectId = '837ccd31-8159-4db3-b8ce-de0c36d2a0bf' AND BuildId = 3	
	SELECT * FROM BuildChanges WHERE ProjectId = '837ccd31-8159-4db3-b8ce-de0c36d2a0bf' AND BuildId = 3 AND IncludeSourceChange = true


Name Type References Description
Id String Id of the build change.
ProjectId String


Id of the project.
BuildId [KEY] String


Id of the builds.
AuthorDisplayName String This is the non-unique display name of the author.
AuthorId String Id of the author.
AuthorUniqueName String The unique name of the author.
Location String The location of the full representation of the resource.
Message String The description of the change.
MessageTruncated Boolean Indicates whether the message was truncated.
Pusher String The person or process that pushed the change.
Timestamp Datetime The timestamp for the change.
Type String The type of change. 'commit', 'changeset', etc.


Pseudo column fields are used in the WHERE clause of SELECT statements and offer a more granular control over the tuples that are returned from the data source.

Name Type Description
IncludeSourceChange Boolean Indicates whether to include source change.

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