How to: Azure Repos Health Check on Azure DevOps

  • Project Name (1) = Filter report using Project Name field;
  • Repository Name (2) = Filter report using Repository Name field;
  • Branch Name (3) = Filter report using Branch Name field;
  • Repository Information (4) = Information about Project Name, Repository Name and Default Branch that you select on filters;
  • Branch Policies information (5) = Information about all Branch Policies that you select on filters;
  • Branches Ahead/Behind (6) = compare branches to identify the gap between each branch and the default branch;
  • Pull Requests (7) = List all Pull Requests from the respective repository selected on filters.




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