GITHUB ENTERPRISE GITLAB CE/EE
Perform full feature integration with HTTPS git repositories that have self-signed SSL certificates or other SSL issues.
For this guide, we will use GitLab Server as an example:
On your Jira dashboard, go to menu Apps ➜ Git Integration: Manage Git repositories. The following page is displayed.
On the Git host service selection screen, click on GitLab server then click on GitLab Server (CE/EE) APIv4 to select this integration type.
- Enter the Host URL of the private git server.
- Enter Personal access token for this server (APIv4). Support for APIv3 is deprecated.
Click Connect and select repositories.
If there is an indication of an SSL error, the following screen is displayed.
Click Ignore certificate errors and continue connection. This will ignore SSL verification if it’s self-signed or expired.
Select repositories or import all of them and then click Connect repositories to complete the setup.
This integration is displayed on the Manage integrations list. Go to Actions ➜ Edit integration if desired to make some changes to the repository settings.
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