Version control - azure devops


I’m trying to make a version control for my different bot projects. I discovered the team panel and the possibility to add TFS source control. It seems outdated and I made an account for Azure Devops to use TFVC. But now how can I connect it with Uipath? How can I add a server?

I’m totally new to this so thank you for the help!


Hi @jfinet

Have you seen our documentation? :slight_smile:

I am not sure which version of Studio you are using, but feel free to adjust the docs version in top left corner.

Azure Devops is cloud hosted environment by Microsoft, while TFS is old locally hosted version.

Are you going to support that?

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It is completely possible to connect to it :slight_smile:

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Thank you all for the intervention.

I would like to connect to the cloud as @Teemu_Toivanen was saying. Is there a way to do that?

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Hi @jfinet

Please navigate to the link I posted above:

It contains a detailed guide on how to add the server :slight_smile:

Ok I wasn’t inputting the good URL.

I still have a problem. I try to add a TFS server, but after connecting to it and accessing the devops page, I close it and this appear:

How is it possible as I am myself the admin of this TFS?

Strange. The expected result is for a log-in popup to appear for you:

The first step is this one where I connect :

After logging in, I have this page where I cannot do much. I cannot click on the projects.

And after closing that window, I have the error showed previously.

Many thanks for your help!

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Hi @jfinet

I checked with our team and the suggestion is to try the solution posted in this topic:

The issue might not exactly be within UiPath but rather the service itself.

Thank you for your help. It seems that it is indeed a problem with the service itself. I will explore more what can possibly be done with azure devops and post the nice solution when I will found it


Hi our DevOps project has multiple git repo’s. The UI-teams interface does not allow me to choose a repo. Moreover, if the repo does not have the same name as the project checking in the code is not possible.

Any suggestions how to connect to a specific repo ?

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Hello Brillbroeder,

I don’t have an answer to your problem but I’m curious to know, what is the reason to have multiple git repo’s for the same project ?

I was able to solve it by using the git way and not the tfs way.
One AzureDevops project covers all data migrations to one specific software, each repo covers ones source from which one can migrate.

Oh no!
It seems that you’ve reached a dead end.
Visit the homepage or try using the search.

Do you have a working link you could kindly share?

Hi @Kaloki

Here it is:

Thanks, got it. I managed to connect successfully, but recently got this error:

  • TF31003:Either you have not entered the necessary credentials or your user account does not have permission to connect to the Team Foundation Server at Ask your server administrator to add the appropriate permissions to your account. The following error was encountered: TF30063: You are not authorized to access

What could be the problem here?

Hi @Kaloki

It can be that you don’t have access to that particular resource, but you can also try inputting just the address of the serve instead of the full path, like so:

It should then give you a list of all folders you have access to.

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