We changed to gitlab and we found the addon-com.xiplink.jira.git.jira_git_plugin addon to keep seeing commits on our tickets and auto time logging.
However time is not logged to the proper user who commited, but the "JIRA git connector" user. This way we cannot track the time spent PER user on a ticket.
Is there a solution for this?
Hello @Gabor Peter
Make sure the username which is committing the code is the same in JIRA along with the same email address, if that's not the case then JIRA git connector user might be getting used.
Hello @Tarun Sapra
We have the username and e-mail matching with JIRA in the git commit, still it says "Git for JIRA Cloud logged work - 24/Jan/17 12:49 PM"
So it is unfortunately not working (Used to work with Bitbucket without any issue)
@Gabor Peter -
Thank you for the quick answer, really appreciated!
That's really a shame that this is not possible, this is quite an important feature. I went over the issue page and although for some reason i'm not able to leave a comment I started to watch the ticket and voted for it.
In the meantime we'll quickly develop a GitLab -> JIRA connector PHP script that will receive the webhook from GitLab and do this task, as the simple rest api should have this capability.
We'll deploy our code to GitHub for free sharing so others can use it if they are interested by deploying it to their own ecosystem.
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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