Can you link multiple repositories to a JIRA project?

Hi there,

We are working on a feature that involves updates to multiple git repositories in BitBucket.  Can I link more than one repository to the project?

Secondly, is there a way to link the repository at Epic level?


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By default, when you integrate JIRA and Bitbucket together, all Bitbucket Repos link to all JIRA Projects.  You can create explicit mappings between 1 or more Repos and 1 or more Projects if you don't want the all to all mapping. An Epic behaves no differently than a Story or Bug as it relates to commit association, so you can include an Epic issue# in your commit message and associate commits to an Epic.  The mapping of Repo can only be done at the Project level in JIRA and not at the issue level, though.

Makes sense. Thanks!

I want to map one entire existing repository commits to newly created one single user story of project without modifying commit messages for user story number. Can someone help to sort out this problem. I will really appreciate your quick help. Thanks

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