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    Jira add-on allowing the reception of GitLab push events using GitLab project web hooks

    Jira add-on allowing the reception of GitLab push events using GitLab project web hooks

    Integrate GitLab CE / EE changesets in Jira

    ​Almost no configuration is required!

    Don't miss a single commit

    Include Jira issues in your commit messages, push changesets to GitLab CE / EE, and automatically generate Jira comments, work logs, workflow transitions... referencing those changesets and linked to Jira users.

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    For each GitLab project you want to integrate in Jira, simply set up a web hook in order to submit all push events to the listener add-on running in Jira.

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    Define several fallback Jira users to be used when e-mail addresses in pushed changesets do not match any Jira user.

    Secure the connection between GitLab and Jira using HTTPS and a shared secret.

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    GitLab Listener is a Jira add-on allowing the reception of GitLab push events using GitLab project web hooks. This add-on allows integration of commits pushed to GitLab inside Jira issues.

    Issue keys are extracted from commit messages; then, these messages are logged as Jira comments, activities, work logs and / or workflow transitions linking back to the GitLab changesets.

    GitLab includes a basic GitLab-Jira integration. This add-on extends that basic integration allowing you to:

    • Reference multiple issues in a single commit message.
    • Use commit messages to execute any workflow transition (i.e. not just closing issues).
    • Use commit messages to generate worklogs (i.e. time tracking).
    • Restrict visibility of comments, etc. generated by the add-on to a project role.
    • Select between generating Jira comments or Jira activities.
    • Link GitLab and Jira users instead of generating Jira comments using a generic Jira API user as the basic integration does.
    • Support multiple Jira issue key formats.

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    by Tirumalesh Chalamarla on 2017-08-28
    does it work with bamboo and gitlab?
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    Only GitLab. Sorry!

    by Emmanuel Mathot on 2017-08-02
    Great add-on! Would it be possible to have the support with the smart commits comment compatibility? We have different code repo (github, gitlab) and we would like to have a common guideline for comments. https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHEYE/Using+Smart+Commits
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    Allenta Consulting S.L. (CIF ESB15974553)

    Thanks for the review Emmanuel.

    Adding support for smart commits as described in that URL is not trivial. It could be considered in the future, but it's not a trivial change. Thanks for the suggestion!

    by Adolfo Casari on 2017-08-01
    Is it possible to have all gitlab activity to be posted in an issue tab instead of comments? This way one can see all relevant git activity in a single place.
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    Allenta Consulting S.L. (CIF ESB15974553)

    Thanks a lot for the review Adolfo! About your question, I'm afraid having all the GitLab activity in a separate tab is not possible. Sorry!

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    by Tirumalesh Chalamarla on 2017-08-28
    does it work with bamboo and gitlab?
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    Allenta Consulting S.L. (CIF ESB15974553)

    Only GitLab. Sorry!

    by Emmanuel Mathot on 2017-08-02
    Great add-on! Would it be possible to have the support with the smart commits comment compatibility? We have different code repo (github, gitlab) and we would like to have a common guideline for comments. https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHEYE/Using+Smart+Commits
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    Allenta Consulting S.L. (CIF ESB15974553)

    Thanks for the review Emmanuel.

    Adding support for smart commits as described in that URL is not trivial. It could be considered in the future, but it's not a trivial change. Thanks for the suggestion!

    by Adolfo Casari on 2017-08-01
    Is it possible to have all gitlab activity to be posted in an issue tab instead of comments? This way one can see all relevant git activity in a single place.
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    Allenta Consulting S.L. (CIF ESB15974553)

    Thanks a lot for the review Adolfo! About your question, I'm afraid having all the GitLab activity in a separate tab is not possible. Sorry!

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    Versions

    Version 2.0.10 Jira Server 7.0.0 - 7.6.0 Released 2017-04-20

    Summary

    Upgrade to AO 1.2.0 (Jira >= 7.0)

    Details

    Upgrade to Active Objects 1.2.0, including creating of a e composite index in order to boost performance on busy environments.

    This release hopefully will fix the infamous 'PSQLException to be thrown: ERROR: constraint "u_ao_9b0d9b_processXXXXXXX" of relation "AO_9B0D9B_PROCESSED_COMMIT" does not exist"' error.

    Installation

    1. Log into your Jira instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate GitLab Listener via search. The appropriate app version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for GitLab Listener. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. GitLab Listener begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your Jira instance.

    To find older GitLab Listener versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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