The Git Integration for Jira Cloud app offers three (3) types of integrations:
Git service integration (recommended)
Webhook indexing integration (special cases)
Single repository integration (plain git)
The Git service integration (formerly auto-connect/full feature integration) allows administrators to setup multiple repositories for integration with Jira. This is the recommended way and offers features not found in other integration types. If you are behind a firewall, you need to whitelist the app to get it to work.
The Webhook indexing integration allows administrators to integrate multiple repositories behind a firewall. However, this type of integration does not support creating branches or pull/merge request inside Jira.
The Single repository integration setup is ideal for users who are using SSH connections or only connect a single specific repository.
Integration basics checklist:
- Connect multiple or single git repositories to Jira;
- Find out how to associate git commits to a Jira issue(s);
- Know more about smart commits;
- Learn how to create branch/pull/merge request inside Jira via the developer panel; and
- COMING SOON Post integration: Perform administrator toolbox tasks to discover helpful features and improve your Jira + Git experience.
Connect your git repositories via Add integration (Apps ➜ Git integration: Manage integrations ➜ Add integration). Start by following the steps for your favorite git host service:
Git service integration
Webhook indexing integration
Single repository integration
Setup next features to improve Git user experience
Setting up web links (Git Integration for Jira Cloud)
Link git commits to Jira issue (Git Integration for Jira Cloud)
Using Smart Commits (Git Integration for Jira Cloud)
Using the Repository Browser (Git Integration for Jira Cloud)
Creating branches and pull | merge requests (Git Integration for Jira Cloud)