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Has anyone managed to connect Fisheye to an Azure git repository ?

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I am struggling to connect Fisheye 4.6.1 to an Azure git repository.

I am uploading a Private SSH key given to me (RSA, 2k, no passphrase), and the URL is:

git@ssh.dev.azure.com:v3/[organisation]/[project]/[repo]

Fisheye accepts the URL,despite it not matching any of the patterns in the Fisheye documentation.  However, I receive:

Error testing connection.
Error talking to repository:

ssh: connect to host dev.azure.com port 22: Connection refused
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

Please make sure you have the correct access rights and the repository exists.

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Fisheye & Crucible use the fe-ssh.sh / fe-ssh.bat wrappers for handling SSH connections for Git and Mercurial. You can find these scripts in <Fisheye installation>/bin directory. I suggest adding a verbose logging there in order to learn what's wrong. 

OP - what was the solution for you? Why wasn't it working?

We have now got a connection working, but using https with a user name and personal token

Thanks. Same for me too now - HTTPS only.

I had 2 issues.

1. I needed to install Git on the Fisheye server

2. I have to change the user name in the HTTPS address from the Azure default address to the Username provided in the "Generate Git Credentials" page. 

e.g. change https://mycompany@dev.azure.com/blah to

https://cbradshaw@dev.azure.com/blah

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