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Does Cucumber for Jira app support private GitLab instances?

I would like to know if Cucumber for Jira app support private GitLab instances? It's not clear from the docs if it's just gitlab.com, or private instances too. I'd rather not start my trial now if my on-prem GitLab isn't supported.

Thanks!

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Hello @Michèle C_ , 

GitLab server is now supported by Cucumber for Jira. 

When you create a new living documentation, you need to select the Private tab as you can see in this screenshot: 

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Next, you have to set up your private GitLab server by clicking on "Set up a private Git Provider":

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Next, select GitLab and fill the form:

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Note that you have to create a new OAuth application in your GitLab server. The instructions are here, in the cucumber for Jira documentation: Setup a self-hosted GitLab 

You will be able to try Cucumber for Jira now. Enjoy!

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That's work, thank you @Séverine D. 

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Hi! It seems this feature was delivered earlier this year. Is that correct? I can't make it work on my JIRA instance so thought I'd double check.

Hi @Pramod Nair ,


I believe the only BDD tool that supports both public gitlab.com and private GitLab instances across Cloud, Server and Data Centre is Behave Pro: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1211664/behave-pro-bdd-in-jira-with-cucumber?hosting=cloud&tab=overview


Feel free to reach out to support if you have any questions around set up of the integration.


All the best,


Alex


(Marketplace Partner - Hindsight Software)


cc @Michèle C_ 

Hello @prad ,

You're right, GitLab server is now supported by Cucumber for Jira. 

When you create a new living documentation, you need to select the Private tab as you can see in this screenshot:

Selection_156.png

And if it is not yet done, you have to set up your private GitLab server:

Selection_157.png

Next, you should follow the documentation, that you can find here: https://cucumberforjira.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/C4JD/pages/178749448/Setup+a+self-hosted+GitLab

 

I hope this helps you

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Hello Michèle,

Indeed private GitLab instances are not yet supported by Cucumber for Jira. We will update the user documentation to be clearer. Thank you for your feedback.


The private GitLab instance support is planned. You can vote for it here to accelerate the development on it: https://trello.com/c/tQRVRkJf/18-gitlab-private-instance-support [https://trello.com/c/tQRVRkJf/18-gitlab-private-instance-support. (You have to be logged to be able to vote). 

Regards

 

Séverine

Thanks! I'll keep an eye on that one, and will definitely give this product a try once it's supported.

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