Red Hat
Mar 11, 2013
by Vlastimil Eliáš

Hi,

 

during jboss.org JIRA outage last week we introduced new plugin called JIRA DVCS Connector for Bitbucket and GitHub.

This plugin allows to directly show commits from Github repositories on JIRA issue page, with links pointing back to the Github directly. So it's not necessary to use FishEye at source.jboss.org anymore for this kind of functionality.

 

New "Commits" tab is shown on issue detail page. It contains informations about GitHub commits with key of the issue mentioned in the commit message.

JIRA-Github-tab.png

Plugin allows JIRA issue transitions directly from a Github commit message also.

 

JIRA DVCS connector plugin uses Github web hooks to propagate commits into JIRA immediatelly, which brings small restriction into process of connection.

 

Project lead, who wants to link his project's Github repository with JRA, must follow next steps:

  1. Repository must be owned by github "Organization", personal repositories can't be linked
  2. jboss-jira-hook github user must be added into the organization's Owners group. Jira needs this to add webhooks.
  3. then you have to contact jira administrators to add repository into JIRA configuration. You have to specify which Github repositories do you want to add (all owned by some Organization, or few named only), and if you want to allow automatic JIRA issue transitions from a Github commit messages.

 

Enjoy.

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