The Git Integration for Jira app is intended for displaying list of commits linked with a particular Jira issue. It is often useful to figure out real issue progress as well as contributors involved in the real work of an issue.
The Git Integration app pulls data from a Git source code control repository. Your Jira users will be able to see code in Git in context with Jira projects and issues. Even non-technical users without Git access will be able to work with Git in the familiar Jira interface.
New tabs are added to the Issue view called Git Roll Up and Git Commits. The Git Commits tab is also added to the Project view. Users who access these tabs will see the Git activities.
Ask your Git administrator if you need access to the Git repository just like a regular developer would have.
If you are the Git administrator, define a new Git user for this Jira Server/Data Center.
The Git Integration for Jira app is available for Jira Server, Jira Data Center and Cloud. It supports seamless integration with most git hosts and can be configured with ease.
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Welcome to the Git Integration for Jira app documentation.
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Learn the necessary requirements to install the app.
Learn how to install the Git Integration for Jira app. The app supports UPM for automatic installation.
Learn how to integrate git repositories using SSH keys via Git Integration for Jira app.
Learn how to configure the firewall to allow access using the URL schemes for git repositories.
Connect and integrate git hosts automatically, webhook indexing integration or connect single repositories (manual).
The General Settings page contains configuration options such as tweaking performance, toggle view options, or enabling/disabling features.
Configuring this feature is optional. However, setting up web linking will give the commits added links to your git host pages in the Jira Issue ➜ Git Commits tab.
This page describes how to associate your commits to Jira issues.
Learn how to use smart commits to transition Jira issues. See workflow setting and permission requirements to get started.
View repository file and folder structure, compare branches or watch connected repos from within Jira.
This page contains information on how to view commit code diffs inside Jira.
See information about git user identity.
Learn how to see the Jira user information card.
This page contains information about new tabs that are added to the Jira issue pages and what they do.
The Git Commits tab is added to the Jira project page. See more information about this feature.
The git links are added to the developer panel; create branches and pull/merge requests via the Jira issue page, etc.
See git tags support information and how to work with them.
Learn more about reindex and how to configure settings for specific integrations.
This page contains information on how to configure webhooks with Git Integration for Jira app and specific git hosts.
View localization support for Git Integration for Jira app.
Documentation terms or glossary.
Legal information about license and copyright notice.