How do you build from a specific TFS 2008 Changeset in Jenkins?

I am attempting to create a manual build in Jenkins that will build a specific changeset of code from TFS for a deployment into a testing / production environment.

Currently I am only able to use TFS in Jenkins to pull everything up to the newest Changeset out of TFS.

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    Thanks in advance.

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    This feature is missing, but seems to be under way according to the comments of this Jira issue:

    TFS Support to get labels

    So, not specific changesets, but for me labels would be good enough as they can be applied at any time.

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.