Starting a TFS release via REST API

Intro It is a common need to inject variables in your release. When it comes to a build, it was always an easy task, however, the release didn’t support such a thing out of the box. In case you are using Azure DevOps (service and server), you are good to go, as this is now […]

Automate setting ‘Retain indefinitely’ flag on your releases

Overview As a common practice, after a successful release to production, often there is a need to retain the involved artifact and relevant release information for a certain amount of time. In order to avoid that a retention policy removes this information, you will mark that release with a Retain indefinitely flag, by choosing that […]