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How do I setup Azure Data Factory repository settings for GitHub Enterprise?

    Question

  • I'm trying to setup GitHub enterprise as my Azure Data Factory repository settings.  I set the enterprise URL to:

    http://ussea-tfs01:8080/tfs/UnifySquare/TeamsCQD     (with team project)

    or

    http://ussea-tfs01:8080/tfs/UnifySquare/                    (without team project)

    I then try to set the personal token for  my enterprise account, which I created on our enterprise portal for GitHub.  

    The token is 
    ktqyxxaza4zjmdaiwxyy7cav4zydotgsnfkdavwqmip5gry3wdeq

    But, the ADF Repository settings wizard says that this is an invalid token

    What am I doing wrong?  Is there a tutorial for this?  Unfortunately, I am new to both GitHub and ADF.  We are moving from TFS to GitHub.


    Katy Lynn McCullough-Leonard

    Friday, October 5, 2018 12:11 AM

All replies

  • Hi Katy,

    Please follow the steps as per the below instruction.

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/data-factory/author-visually#author-with-github-integration

     There are some limitations also for configuring the ADF with Github,

    Limitation 

    1. You can store script and data files in a GitHub repository. However, you have to upload the files manually to Azure Storage. A Data Factory pipeline does not automatically upload script or data files stored in a GitHub repository to Azure Storage.
    2. GitHub Enterprise with a version older than 2.14.0 doesn't work in the Microsoft Edge browser.
    3. GitHub integration with the Data Factor visual authoring tools only works in the generally available version of Data Factory.

    JAYENDRAN

    Friday, October 5, 2018 2:53 AM