We are using JIRA, Bamboo and Bitbucket, and we want to build an application with bamboo. Is it possible to assign a repository to a JIRA project and then use it in Bamboo? If yes, how?
You can take a look at Administration > Project > Administration > Development. Basically, JIRA knows how to read the index from all repositories. Don't forget that code can be committed to any repository to fix a single JIRA issue and Bamboo can pull from multiple repositories for one single build plan.
As long as your commits have the JIRA Issue key, you are fine.
Hi Timothy, so when we have a plan with for example 5 repositories, when we commit to one of them, the build will be triggered only for repository, when the event happened? Example plan to run Unit Tests with: - repository A - repository B Source code checkout task is configured to use default repository (repository A). When I create pull request in repository B, the plan triggers only on repository B, no mather that in source code checkout task is selected default repository? Example plan to release new version (tests, git tag, package, upload package to dependency repository): - repository A - repository B How we select, from Jira, the repository we want the plan to run on? Thank you.
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