1. I'd like to add to @Nicole Aaron answer, that moving code is done in two separate steps:

  • On developer machine the code is created, written to files and commited into source control system
  • CI/CD server (in your case TFS) is triggered on repository push and executes CI script - which is OS-level commands in our particular case and would be the same between GitLab or TFS.

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New Badges're already on Global Masters Advocacy Hub

We're happy to announce that this year we again introduced three annual badges on Global Masters Advocacy Hub to let you remember how much you contributed to Developer Community in 2018. Here they are:

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Great, Thanks @Nicole Aaron

I guess folder access permit not sure which user is pick eclipse and run to access ensemble.

if i choose existing default CSP Files Physical Path (csp/samples) it works fine else  i'm getting  same error.

Thanks,