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Azure DevOps Server Connector

Azure DevOps Server SyncNow System connector has the following features:

  1. Synchronize or Migrate entities such as features, user stories, bugs or any other entity from Azure DevOps to other work systems
  2. Link Azure DevOps Code TFVC or git into other work systems
  3. Synchronize or Migrate tests, test plans into other work systems
  4. Synchronize comments, rich text fields, links, user and attachments

Setting the connector

  1. Navigate to Systems page
  2. Press the Add System button
  1. Set connector preferable name
  2. Select “Azure DevOps Server” from the Type dropdown
  3. Enable/Disable the Allow Self-Signed Certificates toggle. Self Signed Certificates are not recommended for Production environment.
  4. Set a URL to Azure DevOps Server instance
  5. Set Azure DevOps Username
  6. Set Access Token to instance. Create Azure DevOps API token
  7. (Optional) Add preferable API version. Default is 4
  8. Set webhook security as explained here for DevOps Gate and Sync Azure DevOps auto subscription with webhooks
  9. Press Verify Connection button to check if connection is established
  10. Press the Save button
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