The Git Integration for Jira app currently supports Jira 8.0 to 9.0!
Starting v4.0 of the Git Integration for Jira app, support for Jira 7 is entirely dropped.
We are committed to provide you with an efficient and reliable support. Scroll down to see helpful tips to get started.
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Migrating to Jira 9
Administrators should deselect the "Reverse commit tab sort order" option in General settings when Jira 8 is migrated to Jira 9. If this is a new Jira 9 installation then nothing is required.
After upgrading from Jira 8 to Jira 9, administrators must re-create all indexes using the "Reset index" Action command for all repositories or integrations.
Quick Installation Video
No changes necessary to your Git server. This Jira app acts as a regular Git client.
Using Atlassian’s marketplace system, a Jira administrator can install the Git Integration for Jira app without ever leaving the web browser.
Watch the complete installation of the Git Integration Plugin for Jira app from scratch (2 minutes).
Viewing Reindex Logs
Go to the Manage Git Repositories page, click the Actions icon then View Log to view the indexing logs.
If there is an error encountered when connecting to a repository, a similar indexing error log will be displayed:
Atlassian Support End of Life
Atlassian is making changes to the server and Data Center products, including the end of sale for new server licenses on February 2, 2021 and the end of support for server on February 2, 2024. Learn what this means for you.
Starting v2.13.0+, we are dropping support for Java 7, Jira 6.3 and 6.4.
Starting v3.5.1+, support for Internet Explorer 11 browser is dropped.
The table below shows the Jira Version, when Atlassian will stop supporting that Jira version and the corresponding version of Internet Explorer.
|Jira Version||Jira End of Life Date||Oldest IE Supported||Git Integration for Jira supported?|
|7.13||November 28, 2020||Edge||Yes*|
|8.0||February 11, 2021||Edge||Yes*|
|8.1||April 4, 2021||Edge||Yes*|
|8.2||May 21, 2021||Edge||Yes*|
|8.3||July 22, 2021||Edge||Yes*|
|8.4||Sep 09, 2021||Edge||Yes*|
|8.5||October 21, 2021||Edge||Yes*|
|8.6||December 17, 2021||Edge||Yes*|
|8.7||February 3, 2022||Edge||Yes*|
|8.8||March 19, 2022||Edge||Yes*|
|8.9||May 20, 2022||Edge||Yes*|
|8.10||June 23, 2022||Edge||Yes*|
|8.11||July 15, 2022||Edge||Yes*|
|8.12||August 26, 2022||Edge||Yes*|
|8.13||October 8, 2022||Edge||Yes*|
|8.14||November 23, 2022||Edge||Yes*|
|8.15||February 2, 2023||Edge||Yes*|
|8.16||March 23, 2023||Edge||Yes*|
|8.17||May 18, 2023||Edge||Yes*|
|8.18||July 1, 2023||Edge||Yes*|
|8.19||August 26, 2023||Edge||Yes*|
|8.20||October 19, 2023||Edge||Yes*|
|8.21||December 9, 2023||Edge||Yes*|
|8.22||February 16, 2024||Edge||Yes*|
|9.0||June 21, 2024||Edge||Yes*|
* See information below about retiring IE11 support.
Retiring IE11 Support
With the release of the Edge browser since 2015, IE has not been receiving major updates. Atlassian has stated in their blog that they will withdraw support for IE11 on all Jira products.
In view of this, BigBrassBand LLC will also follow this decision effectively:
For all Atlassian Cloud products, support will end on 31 March 2020.
For Atlassian server and data center products, the last version to support IE11 will be released between September 2019 and March 2020.