If you are using Azure for your Git repository, you may run into an OAUTH authorization issue. Here is why and what you can do to fix it. If you are having a similar issue with a different Git provider, please let us know.
The old ClickDeploy Azure app has expired.
We registered a new Copado Essentials App with Azure which invalidates all the Azure Oauth Connections.
It will affect all the Azure Connections via Oauths (connections via username/password, personal access tokens or ssh won’t be affected)
How to Reauthorize:
Go to the Organizations tab and open your Azure Org
Copy the Git Repo Url value and temporary save it somewhere (we will need to use it later)
Delete the Git Repo Url value and click on Save
Then click on Re-authorize which will open a popup to login to Azure
Once re-authorize successfully, paste the Git Repo Url value back into the field and save.