Git Integration for Jira Self-Managed (Data Center/Server) Documentation

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Edit integration connection settings

Clicking Actions ➜ Edit integration connection settings opens the configuration page for integration connection settings.

Utilize the following options to configure the selected integration:

Option Description
Display Name This is the name that will appear on the Repository/Integration column.
Personal Access Token If the PAT has expired or changed, enter the new PAT on the provided box.
SSL Verify The Git Integration for Jira app will enforce/ignore verification of SSL certificated when connecting to a git server. For more information, see SSL verify.
TrustFolderStat When this setting is set to False, the objects/pack folder will always be scanned to check for new pack files. If set to True, the last-modified attribute of the folder will be used instead to check the folder for modifications.

The default value for Jira Server is True. For Jira Data Center, it’s False.
If your repository is stored on a network share, it is highly recommended to set this option to False.
Custom API Path The Git Integration for Jira app supports this feature for GitHub and GitLab integrations. For more details, see Working with Custom API Path.
JMESPath Filters JMESPath is a query language for JSON used to filter API results and to limit which repositories are integrated. For more information, see Working with JMESPath Filters.
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