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Please see the blog post for more information. We have released a patch for Azure DevOps Server that fixes the following. Azure DevOps Server is a roll up of bug fixes.
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You can try reloading this component or refreshing the entire page. With this release we have fixed this issue. The extension lets you interact with Azure DevOps from the command line. We’ve collected your feedback that helped us improve the extension and add more commands.
We are now happy to announce that the extension is generally available. Now you can use publish profile-based authentication to deploy your Azure WebApps for Windows from the Deployment Center. If you have permission to deploy to an Azure WebApp for Windows using its publish profile, you will be able to setup the pipeline using this profile in the Deployment Center workflows.
We added a new filter to both the Sprint board and the Sprint backlog. This allows you to filter requirements level backlog items first column on the left by their parent. For example, in the screen shot below, we have filtered the view to only show user stories where the parent is “My big feature”. Historically, from the Kanban board, if you moved a work item from one column to another where the state change triggered field rules, the card would just show a red error message which will force you to open up the work item to understand the root cause.
In sprint , we improved the experience so you can now click on the red error message to see the details of the error without having to open up the work item itself. Previously, when updating a work item, and a second team member was making changes to the same work item, the second user would lose their changes.
Now, as long as you are both editing different fields, you will see live updates of the changes made to the work item. You can now manage iteration and area paths from the command line by using the az boards iteration and az boards area commands.
For example, you can setup and manage iteration and area paths interactively from the CLI, or automate the entire setup using a script. For more details about the commands and the syntax, see the documentation here.
You now have the option to see the parent of every work item in your product backlog or sprint backlog. To enable this feature, go to Column Options on the desired backlog, then add the Parent column. Your tools should change as your team does, you can now switch your projects from any out-of-the-box process template to any other out-of-the-box process. For example, you can change your project from using Agile to Scrum, or Basic to Agile.
You can find full step-by-step documentation here. You can now hide custom fields from the form layout when customizing your process. This comes in handy for tracking extra fields when you are integrating with other systems. Therefore, you want to keep a close eye on the state and health of their work processes. With these reports, we are making it easier for you to track important metrics with minimal effort in Azure Boards. You can see the reports in the new analytics tab.
Metrics like sprint burndown, flow of work and team velocity give you the visibility into your team’s progress and help answer questions such as:. The new reports are fully interactive and allow you to adjust them for your needs.
You can find the new reports under the Analytics tab in each hub. With the new reports you have more control and information about your team. Here are some examples:. Here is an example of the CFD report showing the flow for the last 30 days of the Stories backlog. The Velocity chart can now be tracked for all backlog levels.
For example, you can now add both Features and Epics whereas before the previous chart supported only Requirements. Here is an example of a velocity report for the last 6 iterations of the Features backlog. We’re excited to announce that we added an option to let you customize the columns on the Taskboard. You can now add, remove, rename, and reorder the columns.
This feature was prioritized based on a suggestion from the Developer Community. Many times, when refining the backlog, you only want to see items that have not been completed. Now, you have the ability to show or hide completed child items on the backlog. If the toggle is on, you will see all child items in a completed state. When the toggle is off, all child items in a completed state will be hidden from the backlog. When tagging a work item, the auto-complete option will now display up to five of your most recently used tags.
This will make it easier to add the right information to your work items. Work item rules let you set specific actions on work item fields to automate their behavior. You can create a rule to set a field to read-only or required based on group membership. For example, you may want to grant product owners the ability to set the priority of your features while making it read-only for everyone else. You can now customize the values for any system picklist except the reason field such as Severity, Activity, Priority, etc.
The picklist customizations are scoped so that you can manage different values for the same field for each work item type. Share links to work items with the context of your board or backlog with our new work item URL parameter. You can now open a work item dialog on your board, backlog, or sprint experience by appending the parameter?
Anyone you share the link with will then land with the same context you had when you shared the link! As we listened to your feedback, we heard that you wanted the ability to mention people, work items, and PRs in the work item description area and other HTML fields on the work item and not just in comments. Sometimes you are collaborating with someone on a work item, or want to highlight a PR in your work item description, but didn’t have a way to add that information.
Now you can mention people, work items, and PRs in all long text fields on the work item. One of our main goals is to make the work items more collaborative for teams. Recently we conducted a poll on Twitter to find out what collaboration features you want in discussions on the work item. Bringing reactions to comments won the poll, so we add them! Here are the results of the Twitter poll.
You can add reactions to any comment, and there are two ways to add your reactions — the smiley icon at the top right corner of any comment, as well as at the bottom of a comment next to any existing reactions. You can add all six reactions if you like, or just one or two. To remove your reaction, click on the reaction on the bottom of your comment and it will be removed. Below you can see the experience of adding a reaction, as well as what the reactions look like on a comment.
These reports are available under the Analytics tab of Boards and Backlogs. Now you can pin the reports directly to your Dashboard. To pin the reports, hover over the report, select the ellipsis ” Descendant items correspond to all child items within the hierarchy. One or more rollup columns can be added to a product or portfolio backlog.
For example, here we show Progress by Work Items which displays progress bars for ascendant work items based on the percentage of descendant items that have been closed. Descendant items for Epics includes all child Features and their child or grand child work items. Descendant items for Features includes all child User Stories and their child work items. Your taskboard now automatically refreshes when changes occur!
As other team members move or reorder cards on the taskboard, your board will automatically update with these changes. You no longer have to press F5 to see the latest changes. Rollup can now be done on any field, including custom fields.
When adding a Rollup column, you can still pick a Rollup column from the Quick list, however if you want to rollup on numeric fields that are not part of the out of the box process template, you can configure your own as follows:. Note that you can’t edit your custom column after clicking OK. If you need to make a change, remove the custom column and add another one as desired. We’ve added a new rule to the inherited rules engine to let you hide fields in a work item form.
This rule will hide fields based on the users group membership. For example, if the user belongs to the “product owner” group, then you can hide a developer specific field. For more details see the documentation here.
Staying up to date on work items relevant to you or your team is incredibly important. It helps teams collaborate and stay on track with projects and makes sure all the right parties are involved. However, different stakeholders have different levels of investment in different efforts, and we believe that should be reflected in your ability to follow the status of a work item. Previously, if you wanted to follow a work item and get notifications on any changes made, you would get email notifications for any and all changes made to the work item.
After considering your feedback, we are making following a work item more flexible for all stakeholders. Now, you will see a new settings button next to the Follow button on the top right corner of the work item.
This will take you to a pop up that will let you configure your follow options. From Notification Settings , you can choose from three notification options.
First, you can be completely unsubscribed. Second, you can be fully subscribed, where you get notifications for all work item changes. Lastly, you can choose to get notified for some of the top and crucial work item change events. You can select just one, or all three options. This will let team members follow work items at a higher level and not get distracted by every single change that gets made. With this feature, we will eliminate unnecessary emails and allow you to focus on the crucial tasks at hand.
We are excited to release Deployment control on the work item form. This control links your work items to a release and enables you to easily track where your work item has been deployed.
To learn more see the documentation here. Until now, importing work items from a CSV file was dependent on using the Excel plugin. In this update we are providing a first class import experience directly from Azure Boards so you can import new or update existing work items. To learn more, see the documentation here.
Parent context is now available within your Kanban board as a new field for work item cards. You can now add the Parent field to your cards, bypassing the need to use workarounds such as tags and prefixes.
The parent field is now available when viewing backlogs and query results. To add the parent field, use the Column options view. You can now see code coverage metrics for changes within the pull request PR view. This ensures that you have adequately tested your changes through automated tests. Coverage status will appear as a comment in the PR overview.
You can view details of coverage information for every code line that is changed in the file diff view. Additionally, repo owners can now set code coverage policies and prevent large, untested changes from being merged into a branch. Desired coverage thresholds can be defined in an azurepipelines-coverage. Comments in pull requests can often generate a lot of noise due to notifications.
We’ve added a custom subscription that allows you to filter which comment notifications you subscribe to by comment age, commenter, deleted comment, mentioned users, pull request author, target branch and thread participants. You can create these notification subscriptions by clicking the user icon on the top right corner and navigating to User settings. You can now create service hooks for comments in a pull request based on repository and target branch.
Administrators can now set a policy to prevent commits from being pushed to a repository based on file types and paths.
The file name validation policy will block pushes that match the provided pattern. You can now resolve work items via commits made to the default branch by using key words like fix , fixes , or fixed. For example, you can write – “this change fixed ” in your commit message and work item will be completed when the commit is pushed or merged into the default branch. Previously, when adding group level reviewers to a pull request, only one approval was required from the group that was added.
Now you can set policies that require more than one reviewer from a team to approve a pull request when adding automatic reviewers.
In addition, you can add a policy to prevent requestors approving their own changes. This connection had access to the entire cluster and not just the namespace for which the pipeline was configured. With this update, our pipelines will use service account-based authentication to connect to the cluster so that it will only have access to the namespace associated with the pipeline.
You can now see a preview of how a markdown file will look by using the new Preview button. In addition, you can see the full content of a file from the Side-by-side diff by selecting the View button. Policies enforce your team’s code quality and change management standards. Previously, you could set build expiration polices for automated builds.
Now you can set build expiration policies to your manual builds as well. Administrators can now set a push policy to prevent commits from being pushed to a repository for which the commit author email does not match the provided pattern. This feature was prioritized based on a suggestion from the Developer Community to deliver a similar experience.
We will continue to keep the ticket open and encourage users to tell us what other types of push policies you’d like to see. Sometimes, you need to review pull requests that contain changes to a large number of files and it can be difficult to keep track of which files you have already reviewed. Now you can mark files as reviewed in a pull request. You can mark a file as reviewed by using the drop-down menu next to a file name or by hover and clicking on the file name.
This feature is only meant to track your progress as you review a pull request. It does not represent voting on pull requests so these marks will only be visible to the reviewer.
You can now try out our new modern, fast, and mobile-friendly landing pages within Azure Repos. These pages are available as New Repos landing pages. Landing pages include all pages except for pull request details, commit details and branch compare. Branch policies are one of the powerful features of Azure Repos that help you protect important branches. Now, admins can set policies on a specific branch or the default branch across all repositories in their project.
For example, an admin could require two minimum reviewers for all pull requests made into every main branch across every repository in their project. You can find the Add branch protection feature in the Repos Project Settings. Here are two examples of the pages that have been updated, we will continue to update other pages in future updates. We’re excited to announce that we now support Kotlin language highlighting in the file editor.
Highlighting will improve the readability of your Kotlin text file and help you quickly scan to find errors. We prioritized this feature based on a suggestion from the Developer Community.
You can get emails specifically for draft pull requests or filter out emails from draft pull requests so your team doesn’t get notified before the pull request is ready to be reviewed. When you have many pull requests to review, understanding where you should take action first can be difficult.
To improve pull request actionability, you can now create multiple custom queries on the pull request list page with several new options to filter by such as draft state. These queries will create separate and collapsible sections on your pull request page in addition to “Created by me” and “Assigned to me”. You can also decline to review a pull request that you were added to via the Vote menu or the context menu on the pull request list page.
In the custom sections, you will now see separate tabs for pull requests that you have provided a review on or declined to review. These custom queries will work across repositories on the “My pull requests” tab of the collection home page. If you want to come back to a pull request, you can flag it and they will show up at the top of your list.
Lastly, pull requests that have been set to auto-complete will be marked with a pill that says ‘Auto-complete’ in the list. We’ve been working on an updated user experience to manage your pipelines. These updates make the pipelines experience modern and consistent with the direction of Azure DevOps. Moreover, these updates bring together classic build pipelines and multi-stage YAML pipelines into a single experience.
It is mobile-friendly and brings various improvements to how you manage your pipelines. You can drill down and view pipeline details, run details, pipeline analytics, job details, logs, and more. Some of the highlights include:. We updated the experience for managing pipeline variables in the YAML editor. You no longer have to go to the classic editor to add or update variables in your YAML pipelines. Acting on pending approvals has been made easier.
Before, it was possible to approve a release from the details page of the release. You may now approve releases directly from the Releases hub. The getting-started wizard experience for Pipelines has been updated to work with Bitbucket repositories.
Azure Pipelines will now analyze the contents of your Bitbucket repository and recommend a YAML template to get you going. A common ask with the getting-started wizard has been the ability to rename the generated file. Currently, it is checked in as azure-pipelines. You can now update this to a different file name or location before saving the pipeline. Finally, we you will have more control when checking in the azure-pipelines. We’ve added a preview but don’t run mode for YAML pipelines.
Now, you can try out a YAML pipeline without committing it to a repo or running it. In future updates, this API will be used in a new editor feature. For developers: POST to dev. With this release, you can schedule builds using cron syntax in your YAML file and take advantage of the following benefits:. We have also made it easy for you to diagnose problems with cron schedules.
The Scheduled runs in the Run pipeline menu will give you a preview of the upcoming few scheduled runs for your pipeline to help you diagnose errors with your cron schedules. We’ve been working on an updated user experience to manage your service connections.
These updates make the service connection experience modern and consistent with the direction of Azure DevOps. We introduced the new UI for service connections as a preview feature earlier this year. Thanks to everyone who tried the new experience and provided their valuable feedback to us. Along with the user experience refresh, we’ve also added two capabilities which are critical for consuming service connections in YAML pipelines: pipeline authorizations and approvals and checks.
The new user experience will be turned on by default with this update. You will still have the option to opt-out of the preview. We plan to introduce Cross-project Sharing of Service Connections as a new capability. You can find more details about the sharing experience and the security roles here. When you start a manual run, you may sometimes want to skip a few stages in your pipeline. For instance, if you do not want to deploy to production, or if you want to skip deploying to a few environments in production.
You can now do this with your YAML pipelines. The updated run pipeline panel presents a list of stages from the YAML file, and you have the option to skip one or more of those stages. You must exercise caution when skipping stages. For instance, if your first stage produces certain artifacts that are needed for subsequent stages, then you should not skip the first stage. The run panel presents a generic warning whenever you skip stages that have downstream dependencies.
It is left to you as to whether those dependencies are true artifact dependencies or whether they are just present for sequencing of deployments.
Skipping a stage is equivalent to rewiring the dependencies between stages. Any immediate downstream dependencies of the skipped stage are made to depend on the upstream parent of the skipped stage. If the run fails and if you attempt to rerun a failed stage, that attempt will also have the same skipping behavior.
To change which stages are skipped, you have to start a new run. There is a new service connections UI. This new UI is built on modern design standards and it comes with various critical features to support multi-stage YAML CD pipelines such as approvals, authorizations, and cross-project sharing. Learn more about service connections here. We added the ability to manually pick up pipeline resource versions in the create run dialogue.
If you consume a pipeline as a resource in another pipeline, you can now pick the version of that pipeline when creating a run. It can be challenging to port YAML based pipelines from one project to another as you need to manually set up the pipeline variables and variable groups.
However, with the pipeline variable group and variable management commands, you can now script the set up and management of pipeline variables and variable groups which can in turn be version controlled, allowing you to easily share the instructions to move and set up pipelines from one project to another.
When creating a PR, it can be challenging to validate if the changes might break the pipeline run on the target branch. However, with the capability to trigger a pipeline run or queue a build for a PR branch, you can now validate and visualize the changes going in by running it against the target pipeline.
Refer az pipelines run and az pipelines build queue command documentation for more information. With Azure DevOps CLI, you can now to skip the first automated pipeline run on creating a pipeline by including the –skip-first-run parameter.
Refer az pipeline create command documentation for more information. Service endpoint CLI commands supported only azure rm and github service endpoint set up and management. However, with this release, service endpoint commands allow you to create any service endpoint by providing the configuration via file and provides optimized commands – az devops service-endpoint github and az devops service-endpoint azurerm, which provide first class support to create service endpoints of these types.
Refer the command documentation for more information. A deployment job is a special type of job that is used to deploy your app to an environment. With this update, we have added support for step references in a deployment job. All other registers must be saved by the caller if it wishes to preserve their values. For leaf-node functions functions which do not call any other function s , a byte space is stored just beneath the stack pointer of the function.
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