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how to link my Jira issue with IntelliJ/Bitbucket?

hi

I've created a project in JIRA GCG - Taiwan In Country Projects

issue.key:
TICP-1
Summary:
CC190713 PCL_PHASE3
 
And I would like to find that number from IntelliJ
So I can push my source to BitBucket,
However there's an alert message telling me that the number can't be found

1 answer

Hi,

There could be several causes for your IDE not connecting with JIRA. One of these can be, your jira instance URL seems to be SSL secured and may be IDE is not able to connect JIRA because of security certificate issue.

As an alternative you can mention your issue id in square bracket ([]) in your bitbucket commit message and commit will be reflected against your issue id.

Sample commit message : [TICP-1] This is a test commit

 

Regards,

Rakesh

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