To set up the plugin, you download and install the zip file from the Releases section on this page, then configure your settings as described below.
Install the Azure DevOps Server (TFS) plugin
Note that when installing or uninstalling the plugin, the TFSJobAgent service will be restarted, and TFS activity is momentarily paused.
Configure the AzureDevOps/TFS plugin to connect to ALM Octane
Before you configure the connection:
Ask your ALM Octane shared space admin for an API access Client ID and Client secret. The plugin uses these for authentication when communicating with ALM Octane. The access keys must be assigned the CI/CD Integration role in all relevant workspaces. For details, see Set up API access in the ALM Octane Help.
To configure the connection:
After installation, enter the following information in the relevant fields:
Note that the TFSJobAgent service will be restarted to enable the plugin to load.
After the connection is set up, open ALM Octane, define a CI server and create pipelines. For details, see Set up CI servers in the ALM Octane Help.
Administer the plugin
You can use the plugin management console to perform the following:
The plugin management console is available from your local machine, using the address http://localhost:4567/. Only localhost can administer the plugin. (Other addresses will be read-only.)
Plugin logs are located in C:\Users\Public\Documents\OctaneTfsPlugin\logs.
The plugin does not support commits to ALM Octane if using TFVC.
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