1. Bjarne Anker
  2. PowerBuilder
  3. Thursday, 06 December 2018

Hi.

 

Currently we have all of our sourcecode (C# and so on) in Azure DevOps.

I've added a project for the PowerBuilder application, and now I want to push the source from Appeon PowerBuilder 2017 R3.

In the dialog for Git, I enter the url for the project in Azure DevOps:

https://*****.visualstudio.com/DefaultCollection/TestPBTrading/_git/TestPBTrading

 

This is a private repository, and I have a username and passord (Office 365 account synced from local AD).

 

But when I click "Test connection" I get the following error:

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Source Control
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Cannot connect to the repository. Please make sure you have specified the correct repository URL, user ID, and password.
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OK
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If I alter the URL to something like this:

https://*****.visualstudio.com/DefaultCollection/TestPBTrading/_git/

Or this:

https://*****.visualstudio.com/DefaultCollection/TestPBTrading/

 

I get this error:

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Source Control
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Repository URL is invalid.
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OK
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Have anyone managed to successfully push source from Appeon PowerBuilder 2017 R3 to Azure DevOps?

Or is it not supported?

 

 

Regards,

 

Bjarne Anker

Maritech Systems AS

Norway

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Thanks Tom!

 

That's a good explanation.

Will try this later today.

 

Regards,

 

Bjarne

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  1. Tuesday, 11 December 2018
  2. PowerBuilder
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Hi Bjame,

Currently the PowerBuilder Git integration may have this issue when doing the initial push of a large project. Please use a Git client like TortoiseGit to push the project for the first time. It should work later when you push new commits directly from PowerBuilder.

Regards,

Tom Jiang

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  1. Tuesday, 11 December 2018
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Hi again.

 

I managed to add my project to a Git repo in Azure DevOps.

I had to genereate Git credentials.

However, when I push the code to Git I get the following errors:

 

 

I manage to connect to the repo, so I cannot understand what's wrong.

Anywhere I can see some logs or try to find out why this is failing?

 

Regards,

 

Bjarne

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  1. Monday, 10 December 2018
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