This refers to the "shortcut button" on the top left of the screen, next to the BitBucket logo.
My organisation uses BitBucket, and Confluence(onDemand)/Jira(onDemand).
When clicking that button from BitBucket, the following is displayed:
"Connect Bitbucket with other great Atlassian products"
If I click the same button in Confluence or Jira, all the application links are displayed, and work correctly.
My BitBucket check-in's do appear correctly in Jira, so the systems appear to be linked correctly.
You have this setup correctly but I can see how that might be confusing looking at it from Bitbucket. In other words, JIRA won't be linked from Bitbucket, rather, its the other way around as you indicated from your screenshots and the commits updating issues in JIRA.
To clarify, the commits from Bitbucket correspond to JIRA issues in that exact direct (Bitbucket -> JIRA) via the DVCS connector. Additionally, we automatically provide the app navigator a link to your Bitbucket Team account.
I would submit that what you are seeing in Bitbucket is for those that might not be aware that you can leverage these products this way.
From our documentation:
JIRA OnDemand includes the JIRA DVCS Connector add-on to connect Bitbucket code hosting service with JIRA. The DVCS Connector allows users to see Bitbucket code commits in an issue's Commits tab in JIRA. By including keywords in Bitbucket commit messages, users can process issues through a JIRA OnDemand workflow (for example, Close, Reopen, and so forth) .
More details available here:
Hope this helps!
This is correct Ross. We presently do not have a way to configure the Application Navigator in Bitbucket to point at a behind the firewall instance of JIRA. The present connection is handled by our OnDemand billing systems. We are working on changing this, but I don't have any eta.
So the issue here seems to be, when using JIRA and Confluence OnDemand with Bitbucket auto configured by my.atlassian.com, most Bitbucket users see the same problem mentioned above and only team admins get working links in the Bitbucket application navigator to JIRA and Confluence OnDemand, is that expected for the time being?
I'm not sure that this was actually answered. So the application-links in BitBucket will never show anything other than the following? I, like above, use OnDemand, and everything is connected fine. I just would like to see my applications linked from BitBucket as well so I can more easily navigate between applications.
I have the same question. I am using (on-demand) or the new name Cloud to link JIRA and Confluence. The BitBucket screenshot above is confusing and annoying. Why would this hint that the apps can be linked be persisting after you have purchased and linked the apps? It causes far more confusion than help. So, is it possible to eliminate this nag screen from the menu? It's a yes or no question. Please answer the question, rather than try to explain how it might be helpful in the most narrow context. Nag screens are are a PIA in an app or service that I pay for. CAN I ELIMINATE THIS MENU? YES or NO
We've just come up against the same thing, this UI makes no sense. We are using JIRA, Confluence and BitBucket. The first two are skinnable and can have custom shortcut navigation. BitBucket isn't skinnable (anymore) and can't have a custom shortcut navigation. Instead BitBucket's shortcut navigation contains an advertisement for functionality that doesn't exist. What's the deal?
You can write a little Atlassian Connect add-on to solve this. It should be possible to apply this to a Bitbucket Team, too (instead of a single account).
"name": "Custom Bitbucket App Switcher",
"description": "Adds custom entries to Bitbuckets App Switcher",
Note: <your_base_url> must be an https:// based URL, https://developer.atlassian.com/static/bitbucket/concepts/connect_descriptor.html. I used https://firebase.google.com/ to host the file like one of the Atlassian examples.
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