When I used the most basic azure-pipelines.yml with container integration:
If you've reached here, I guess that you need some updated open source tools to your CentOS 7, RedHat’s solution for that is to compile these tools on your own...
So, we did it for you, git and python were compiled in portable mode so you will be easier to upgrade these tools when needed.
All installation instructions and tar balls can be found at the link below:
The error " No Git consumers using SCM API plugin for: <Project URL>" occurs when you push changes to the GitLab repository and the webhook don't start the needed Jenkins job.
It’s might not be surprising that TFS 2017 upgrade has changes at the process like elastic search installation as part of TFS search infrastructure.
But you may be surprised by the NEW ability to prepare a staging environment for the upgrade. Which means: You can restore the production databases to a new environment and the upgrade will fix and adjust the restored tables to the new machine (instead of manual steps of remap DB)
All steps shown below…
1. Do a baseless merge (command line). For example: tf merge /recursive /baseless "$/TeamProject/src/External Child" "$/TeamProject/src/Parent"
2. Check-in the changes from the merge (can be done from Visual Studio)