How to add and configure Application Links to development tools application. How to use Application Links?
Here are the screens:
I need this functionality to set trigers for workflows.
How to get FishEye links to example ?
Hi Zawistowski Grzegorz,
The following links gives an idea of adding an application link in jira.
It is a two-way adding application link meant you need to add JIRA application and url in the target application also.
Hope this helps!!
Application Links are designed to be used to setup communications (incoming/outgoing) between tools. In my environment we have Jira, Confluence, Crucible, and FishEye. All Atlassian tools. I setup application links from the screen you've attached here to your question. In the case of our setup we wanted JIRA to be able to see the code and reviews that are related to JIRA issues. Moreover, we have also been working on adding a link to Jenkins so we can also see what builds that code was included into. So, for any given approved Change Request (CR) , a specific JIRA issue type, we can see from the approved CR down to the code that was changed, what changed, what build or builds it went into, etc. Now Jenkins is not an Atlassian tool obviously but there is an integration for it that exists we are also using which require plug-ins to extended Jira's & Jenkins functionality as plug-ins are needed in both tools.
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