Associate Github repository to JIRA ondemand

Hi

I am a new user to the atlassian suite of proucts. I have subscribed to Jira, Fisheye and Greenhopper. I want to

1. setup an agile process for my team

2. Enable code review.

The actual code is in a private github repository.

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/AOD/Integrating+GitHub+with+JIRA+OnDemand is not working.

Many thanks

Anil

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Hi Anil,

We have a document on how to link your OnDemand instance with your Github account using the JIRA DVCS plugin, which you can find here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BITBUCKET/Using+the+JIRA+DVCS+Connector+Plugin

However, advising you on how to setup an Agile process for your team and fully configure your OnDemand instance is probably too large a task to advise you on a forum such as this. So, if you are really starting from scratch then you might want to consider enlisting an Atlassian Aexpert to assist you with training and configuration of your Atlassian Suite: http://www.atlassian.com/resources/experts/

All the best,
John

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Perfect! Thanks guys. That really helps.

Next, I am trying to integrate github with Crucible and Fisheye. Im using Atlassian on-demand version of JIRA and Crucible. Any pointers on that?

Hi, the OnDemand version of Crucible/Fisheye only supports SVN.

Any update on this? I have subscribed to the paid version of this product. Looking forward to it.

Thanks

That's not their direction unfortunately. From what I've read/heard, the ideai s Github/Bitbucket will not support Crucible/Fisheye OnDemand. Crucible/Fisheye OnDemand will remain SVN only.

The JIRA connnector Github/Bitbucket will serve the gap and Bitbucket will start adding reviewing capabilities in the near future if it hasn't already.

Thanks a bunch Harry. Maybe we should open a ticket for this feature.

Altassian folks,

Any plans on supporting Crucible/Fisheye with Github?

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btw. Should have read the documentation. it is fairly straightforward. You can checkin code as

git ci -m "Ticket-# comment" <set-of-files-to-be-checked-in>

And it will associate those files to that ticket in Jira.

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