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  1. Our team uses TFS based on GIT. Client API: Git Extensions I've heard a lot about your software and decided to use it as a client the PlasticSCM. unfortunately I could not sync git with plastic: Authorisation Error. If use the Git server (without TFS) then the synchronization is successful. Do you have an instruction to connect the PlasticSCM to TFS based on git? PS: I'm use translate.google.ru
  2. When I'm synchronizing GIT (http://SERVER:8080/tfs/DefaultCollection/_git/Source) - I get the error The credentials introduced for the repository are not valid. Then I'm try next command cm sync /main@Test@localhost:8087 tfs http://SERVER:8080/tfs\\DefaultCollection $/Source --user=MyDomain\User --pwd=anypassword I get the error: Error: Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation. Please, help me! I really want to use your product, but it does not work
  3. I am using Plastic SCM v 5.0.44.522 to sync with a TFS git repository. Each time I push local changes to the git repo I receive the error "Input string was not in a correct format" (See attached screenshot). But the changes appear to all be pushed to the TFS repo correctly. When I review the TFS repo history, I can see changes pushed by Plastic. However the name and email do not align with my name and email. Is it possible to change this somehow in Plastic SCM (see attached screen shot)?
  4. nevaenuf

    TFS Sync

    I want to sync Plastic with TFS, but TFS has required checkin policies. Is there anyway to specify things like required comment and associated work item IDs?
  5. Out of curiosity... I would like to know if its possible to "hook-up" PlasticSCM to use TFS Issue Tracking (PBI's/User Stories) within Plastic? We are a company that was recently acquired and we have a small team of developers (4-5) using the community edition of PlasticSCM. Its been great for our small team and we are pretty reluctant to move away from it. However, the new company uses TFS with a religious use of SCRUM. I dont think they will consider moving away from TFS in favor of PlasticSCM anytime soon, but I would like to attempt to keep our small team using PlasticSCM while our migrati
  6. Hi! Long time, no see! I'm trying to get my beloved Plastic SCM 4.2.37.455 to sync with TFS on VisualStudio.com via Git. Everything seems to be doing fine, but in the end, I get the following message: The server log does not shows any additional information about the error. Here is the link to the log file on my skydrive: http://sdrv.ms/1b8Q2Sx PS.: Ignore the commands that deleted some attributes, I did that manually (as Carlos told me to in a email we exchanged...)
  7. Hello everybody! I made one question in StackOverflow but I'm curious if anyone here have this "need". Can I use the git tfs command inside the Plastic Git Sync?! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16461242/using-git-tfs-with-plastic-scm-git-sync
  8. I am reviewing Plastic as an alternative to TFS for our internal source control. Our development process has become very linear due to having a primary development branch, which is currently creating issues. Using a non-linear development process would be a great relief to us, especially as we expand our development team, so we are looking at alternatives. Git is a primary one to review, but it is limited by the fact that security and control are weak and we are bound by Sarbanes-Oxley. Research has lead us to Plastic as being the best alternative as we get off of TFS. However, we have 2
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