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This article shows how to upgrade a Basic connection in Exalate for Azure DevOps. It is not possible to update the sync rules in Basic connections. If you want to sync more work item fields, you can upgrade from Basic to a Visual or a Script connection.

To upgrade a Basic connection:

1. Navigate to the Connections tab in Exalate.

You can also open Exalate with this link:

https://dev.azure.com/{your_organization_name}/_settings/idalko-tools.exalate.adnode

To navigate to the Connections tab:

  1. Click Organization settings.
  2. Click Exalate in the Extensions section.
  3. Click Connections.

2. Click Edit connection.

3. Click Upgrade.

The following steps will be different based on whether you want to upgrade to a Visual or a Script connection. Select the appropriate tab below.

4. Select Visual mode.

5. Click Verify admin access.

You will be able to upgrade the connection after the verification is confirmed.

6. Click Upgrade.

After your connection is upgraded to a Visual connection, you can use the visual editor to specify the sync rules. For more details, read Configure Visual connection sync scope in Exalate for Azure DevOps.

4. Select Script mode.

5. Click Upgrade.

After your connection is upgraded to a Script connection, you can use the visual editor to specify the sync rules. For more details, check out Configure Script connection sync in Exalate for Azure DevOps.



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See also

Set up a Basic connection in Exalate for Azure DevOps

Configure Visual connection sync scope in Exalate for Azure DevOps

Configure Script connection sync in Exalate for Azure DevOps



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