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Connect Qlik Sense to Azure DevOps

Learn how to connect your Azure DevOps account to Gitoqlok.
After the installation navigate to the Settings page by opening the Gitoqlok pop-up window or following the Chrome Extensions options:
Gitoqlok Setting through the pop-up window
Gitoqlok Options through Chrome Extensions
On the Options page, proceed to the Server & Repositories tab:
Gitoqlok: Server & Repositories tab
To add a new server, name your profile and choose the Git Server of your choice:
Azure DevOps server
In the API URL field, type in your organization name in place of {organization}:
Insert your organization name
Gitoqlok connects to GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket Cloud, Bitbucket Server, Azure DevOps, Gitea, and AWS CodeCommit through their APIs. Hence you need to paste your user personal token.
Token - is a special hash code that identifies your user and grants access rights to create repositories and make commits.
When you paste your organization name in previous step, you should be able to follow the link in User personal token description to generate a new token. Note that you have to grant "Full access" scope to the token.
Azure DevOps connection in Gitoqlok requires you to only create organization repositories. Please select the organization space and choose your organization in a dropdown list:
For the dropdown list to have values you need to have at least one active project on your organization. See how to create a project in Azure DevOps here.
Select an organization project
Click on "Create connection" at the bottom of the page:
Create connection
You will be redirected to the Applications Manager page. Learn more about Applications Manager here. You can skip this step and find Apps Manager later in Qlik Sense hub when opening Gitoqlok.
Eventually you will be redirected to the server profiles list. You may have several profiles for different server types and switch between them. If you want to modify your profile settings, click on "Configure".
Configure your Git server settings