I have correctly link my github account with JIRA in DVCS
The repos are correctly shown in the DVCS page.
But there is no automatic sync available for these repos, although I have made corrected setting in it.
When I link the repo with my JIRA project page. It keeps saying "
Your repo is now linked, but your team can get visibility of development progress in their issues when GitHub and JIRA are integrated."
When try to sync with github repo "Failed to link XXX repo with JIRA" was kept showing.
What should I do to correct this problem?
I am use Jira cloud. For me it turned out to be a minor case difference in the url. I fixed it by going to Administration(gear top right)->Applications->DVCS accounts
(IIRC, you can click the little ! icon and it will take you directly there, but you need to click cancel on the dialog that pops up)
I found the Repository in question and r-click->copy url
Then go back to your Jira project (Link in top right "Back to project: xxxx")
On the left hand pane under source code (where the ! icon is), mouse over the name and click the down arrow that appears, select edit.
Under Repo link, paste the URL.
(You could also try to figure out the differences manually, but this way you are sure to get an exact match).
Success for me, the icon went away! YMMV.
Hope that helps!
You can connect Bitbucket or GitHub accounts with JIRA using the free JIRA DVCS Connector plugin. This plugin comes with JIRA OnDemand. For JIRA download users, this is a system plugin that you can install. Using the DVCS connector, you can:
- Link all or a subset of your existing repositories (both public and private to JIRA).
- Create new repositories and have them link automatically to JIRA.
- Reference JIRA issues from DVCS commit message and have those commits appear in the issue's Commits tab in JIRA.
- Transition issues through a JIRA OnDemand workflow (for example, Close, Reopen, and so forth) using smart commit messages.
I had the wrong Jira instance. There's "Jira Core" and "Jira Software Cloud". Both look identical except for one small difference (guess what?). Jira Core doesn't have DVCS whereas Jira Software does. Once I got this worked out the DVCS connection worked as advertised.
Administration (gear icon) > Billing > Manage Applications.
That's where I found out I had Jira Core. Good luck.
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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