We want to switch powerbuilder source control from TFS to git using azure devops. We are using PB 2019 R3. I can push the PB code from local repository to remote Azure devops. But when I try to get the code from remote repository using "Connect to workspace" in IDE, I get error says cannot find workspace file. An empty local repository created by IDE. I am wondering how can I solve this problem. I can use third party tool to download code from devops. But is this the right way? If there are multiple branches in the remote repository, PowerBuilder IDE can not specify which branch to download. I am wondering if PowerBuilder can directly work with azure devops.