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I have code repo held in Collection 1 and, using this code repo, I am trying to create a Build artifact and Release definition in a different Collection 2.

Is this even possible?

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In Azure DevOps there is no Collection - there is a project and there are organizations which hold zero or more projects. There is also a distinction between the code repositories and the builds and between the builds and the release mechanism.

Within a build pipeline it is entirely possible to reference a different projects repository to pull into the build and that repository could be in GitHub, Gitlab, or another VSTS organization, and within a release it is entirely possible to include build artifacts from multiple build pipelines.

TFS on-premises depends highly on how up-to-date it has been kept. The most recent versions are feature equal or close to it with Azure DevOps and the above should be true. Milage may vary in older versions.

It isn't clear here in your question though what you are trying to achieve or what you've tried so far.

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