How to Integrate with Azure DevOps

Learn how to integrate the Applause Platform with Azure DevOps.

How To Integrate With Azure DevOps (Formerly Microsoft TFS / Visual Studio Team Services)

After selecting Microsoft TFS for your new connector, you will be presented with a number of fields.

  • URL - Configure your web-based access to Microsoft TFS

  • User - Case sensitive login credentials for your Microsoft TFS implementation

  • Password - Case sensitive login credentials for your Microsoft TFS implementation

  • Project Name - Case sensitive and need to exist in your Microsoft TFS system prior to connector configuration. Bugs will be assigned the specified Project name as a default value


Visual Studio Team Services

The Microsoft TFS connector will work with Visual Studio Online as well.

  1. Add the collection to the end of the URL: -> To find the collection name, just log in to the TFS and it will appear in the URL.

  2. Get the password by following these steps: Personal Access Token.

Notes and Tips
  • We do not support two-step authentication at this time, only basic authentication
  • For easier tracking, create a new user within your user system with Applause in the name. This will help you quickly locate bugs exported from Applause into Microsoft TFS
  • For basic information or information on further customizing your BTS integration, see: How to Work with BTS Connectors