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Repositories missing from Azure DevOps (or VSTS) integration

Problem

Some or all repositories in Azure DevOps (or Visual Studio Team Services – VSTS) integrations are not showing or seen by the integration user.

Diagnoses

1. Permissions
The connecting Azure DevOps user must have access to the repository to be added to the Git Integration for Jira app.
2. Access Level
Jira admins will notice that some repositories expected in the Azure DevOps integration do not appear in the Git Integration for Jira app.  Basic or Visual Studio Professional access is the minimum access level necessary for the Git Integration for Jira app as Code access level is required.

For more information – see Microsoft’s article on Azure DevOps Access Levels.

3. Repository format
Only git format repositories are supported by the Git Integration for Jira app.  Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) formatted repositories are not supported.

Solutions

1. Permissions
Assign the connecting Azure DevOps user appropriate access to the repository or repositories.
2. Access level
Grant at least Basic or Visual Studio Professional access is the minimum access level necessary for the Git Integration for Jira app.
3. Repository format
Convert the Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) formatted repositories to git format repositories

Microsoft article: Migrate from TFVC to Git

Microsoft article: Import repositories from TFVC to Git

Workarounds

See the following of the articles:

OAuth connection error or error 401 page with Azure DevOps integration

OAuth connection error or error 401 page with Azure DevOps with Active Directory integration

I’m seeing a blank list of repositories after integration of Azure Repos

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