Yesterday I saw that there was an app to integrate Jira with GitHub. So I installed the app. Then, for many of my repositories I cloned them into GitHub. Only one of them did I start front a new repository to clean out the size of the project.
I then set up the GitHub integration app to map to these new repositories.
When I go to a Jira tick and look at the commits and hover over them, they all show the bitbucket commits rather than GitHub counterparts. Is this not possible to update?
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@ChuckieAJ hi. Did you contact the customer service of the tool you use? They should be able to help you resolve your issue. Meanwhile, if you decide you want to try an alternative to the tool you're currently using, feel free to check out ZigiOps. It's flexible and fully customizable and does not require additional coding. It will help you transfer and sync the data you need from Jira to GitHub. Check it out and if you want to see it in action - book a demo.
Regards, Diana (ZigiWave team)
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