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How to integrate TestComplete to Azure DevOps - After migration from TFS

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How to integrate TestComplete to Azure DevOps - After migration from TFS

We have been successfully using test complete linked to TFS as the source control for sometime. Recently our code has been migrated from TFS to Azure Devops (VSTS). Now when we try to connect to the new server from test complete an error message is received HTTP code 407:Proxy Authorization Required. We can access the source code on the Azure Devops survey from Visual studio.

Any help would be appreciated

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Re: How to integrate TestComplete to Azure DevOps - After migration from TFS

Hi,

 

Have you followed the https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/working-with/integration/ms-vs/alm/index.html help section ?

 

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Re: How to integrate TestComplete to Azure DevOps - After migration from TFS


@AlexKaras wrote:

Hi,

 

Have you followed the https://support.smartbear.com/testcomplete/docs/working-with/integration/ms-vs/alm/index.html help section ?

 


While @AlexKaras  link does display info on connection to Azure DevAops, I believe that, for source control, only TFS is specifically indicated.  What you need to do is make sure that Team Explorer for your version of VS is installed on the TestComplete machine.  Via Team Explorer, you SHOULD be able to connect and link your local repository to Azure... but I have not tried it so no guarantees.


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