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Is it possible to configure/customize the issue's Builds and Deployments tab details?


I have a perhaps unusual scenario with our GitHub Actions integration where a single issue can interact with multiple repositories at the same time and multiple different GHA workflows of a given repository can interact with the same environment.

This is because e.g., a change in one of our open-source projects also affects some of our own/client projects, so the changes are all implemented under the umbrella of the same issue.

Now, all of those builds are communicated from GHA to Jira correctly, but the Builds tab shows a single list of workflow runs, so we can't distinguish between the same workflow running in different repositories just by looking at the list. On top of that, the Deployments tab shows only the last workflow run of a given environment, regardless of workflow/repository.

I guess what I'd like to see on these tabs is similar to how the Pull requests tab was changed recently, which now shows PRs grouped by repositories (which is a lot better than before, so thanks!).

Is there something we can configure in Jira / the GitHub repo / the workflows to provide more meaningful information here? Also, the pipeline property is "deploy" for all of them, so that should probably be the display name of the workflow instead.

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