After installing the Add-On, navigate to the Configuration page. Click "Add" and complete the following information:
- Account Name
- Personal Access Token
For more information on how to create or use a personal access token: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/devops/organizations/accounts/use-personal-access-tokens-to-authenticate?view=azure-devops
On the Inputs page in the Add-On you can create the following inputs:
Lists all Azure DevOps Projects
Lists all Release Approvals
Lists all Release Deployments
Lists all Releases
Lists all Release Definitions
Due to large JSON events in the Releases and Release Definitions the default TRUNCATE value has been increased to 50000 for the sourcetypes: AzureDevOps:Releases, AzureDevOps:Release Definitions
- Updated Azure DevOps REST API queries to utilize continuationToken when applicable
- Modified TRUNCATE to 0 to accept large responses that are common
This add-on was previously released under the name Azure DevOps Pipeline Add-On but has been expanded to more endpoints under the "Release" REST Endpoint.
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