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i'm making a vs addin and want to get files from our tfs. this command gives me all sql-files from the workspace instead of just the files which have changed. how can i just get the new ones?
VCService.GetItems(new ItemSpec("$/*.sql", RecursionType.Full), VersionSpec.Latest, DeletedState.NonDeleted, ItemType.File, true);

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Hmmm...you must be talking about the VersionControlServer.GetItems method...and it appears that you are calling the overloaded method with this signature:

VersionControlServer.GetItems Method (String, VersionSpec, RecursionType, DeletedState, ItemType, Boolean)
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb138903(VS.80).aspx

Are these assumptions correct?
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yes
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See, upon further reflection, I had the wrong signature...

It looks more like you are using this form:

VersionControlServer.GetItems Method (ItemSpec, VersionSpec, DeletedState, ItemType, Boolean)
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb138915(VS.80).aspx

What indication do you have that makes you feel that this is getting more than you need.  With that command and VersionSpec.Latest, it was my understanding that TFS would only get the items that changed, and replace those.
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it returns a itemset of over 7500 entries which is pretty much all the files in the workspace. to download them i would have to make requests. maybe tfs compares files on download and not when i get the itemset. the status says ther where 0 operations and 0 errors. i want to know before i download because i dont always want to update everything.
Workspace workspace = VCService.GetWorkspace(workSpace);
request[0] = new GetRequest(new ItemSpec(tmp.itemId.ToString(), RecursionType.OneLevel), VersionSpec.Latest);
GetStatus status = workspace.Get(request, GetOptions.GetAll);
                

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there is apparently no method to get only the changed files. what i do now is go threw the itemset from
VersionControlServer.GetItems() and compare the file creationtime with the checkintime.
foreach (Item it in itemSet.Items)
                    {
                        file = new FileInfo(workspace.GetLocalItemForServerItem(it.ServerItem));
 
                        if (it.ServerItem != "" && it.CheckinDate.ToUniversalTime() > file.CreationTimeUtc)
                            request.Add(it.ServerItem);
                    }                      

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