Prolaborate allows you to integrate Enterprise Architect and Azure DevOps.
Creating a two-way link between Enterprise Architect element and Azure DevOps items just got easier through Prolaborate.
To integrate with DevOps, the integration must be Active first. Click on Menu > Integrated Application under Portal Settings. Thus, user can view the Integrated Application.
Click on Edit and toggle the Status to Active.
Note: Azure DevOps is a preloaded Integrated Application
To add a new DevOps Account, click on Menu > Integrated Application Projects under Repository Configuration. Then the user can add the Integrated Application by clicking the Add Project Button from the page.
When the user clicks the Add Project Button, they are taken to the Add Project form, where they must enter information such as:
|Name||Enter a name that your users will understand. For example, the name of the DevOps project you intend to choose|
|Description||Give a description to the application|
|Status||It would be set to Active as Default. Please do not change it unless you do not want to use it in Prolaborate|
|Application||Choose Azure DevOps|
|Application URL||Enter the URL of your DevOps account.|
|Enter the Email.|
|Password/Token||Enter the Personal Access Token generated|
|Validate Connection||Once you've entered the Application URL, Email, and Password, click this button. If the credentials were correctly entered, you will receive a success message and the Projects field will be enabled|
|Project||Choose a Project to which you'd like to connect. If you use multiple projects in DevOps, you can add another project in the same way|
|Save||Click it to complete adding the project and the new project will appear on the Integrations page|
Navigate to Modeling Language from the menu to add DevOps attribute to a stereotype. In the Modeling Languages page, choose a language and click on More to select the Edit Default Profile.
Click the Form Designer of the Stereotype you want to add the DevOps attribute.
Add the DevOps attribute from the Custom Properties section to the form and click Save.
Open the properties window of the stereotype in which the DevOps attribute is configured. The added property will be displayed under Integration Properties
Click the plus icon and select the Project in the Add Links window.
All the items which are part of the Project will appear here. Please Note that the item types which are displayed here will be based on the item types that were chosen when adding this integration property.
You can search for the item if you know the title of the DevOps item.
Select the required DevOps item which you want to link to this Enterprise Architect item. Click on Save in the Properties Window of this item.
To preview, click on References in the Properties window. All the DevOps items which were added will be visible here and the item count will be visible in the diagram. Click on the eye icon to preview the items that were added.
All the basic details of the item will be displayed in Prolaborate itself. To view the complete details and to edit this item, click on Open in Azure DevOps.
The link will open in a new tab. Also, a link to this Enterprise Architect element will be added.
Users who are viewing the element in Enterprise Architect will also be able to see the DevOps links added to an element from Prolaborate. The Property will be added as a tagged value and you can click on the browse button to view the item link in a browser.
Select Integration Report widget in Dashboard. Read about Dashboards here.
Select Azure DevOps under Application and the Filter. Filters are the Queries from DevOps.
How it looks in the Dashboard?
The complete list of items from DevOps will be shown in the widget.
You can do the below actions:
View All in Azure DevOps works in the same way as View in Azure DevOps in dashboard.
You can edit or delete the Projects from the Integrations page
Click on theedit icon to edit a project.