Integrating Jira and Pipelines

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If you use Jira to keep track of work, you can link Jira Software.

Once they are linked, each product can show you useful information from the other.

See your builds in Jira

To see your build information in Jira, just put the issue key in the branch name. For example, your branch could be called feature/ST-1-build-mk2-boosters and then build information would appear in the Jira issue ST-1.

You can click on the builds in the development panel to find out more information.

Link Jira and Deployments

Once they are linked, issues related to a deployment show up on the deployment summary and deployment preview screens, and your deployments will show up in your related Jira issues. Just add the issue key, or keys, to your commit message and we'll do the rest.

For example:

git commit -m "PT-323 Add created workers to container cluster"

In Bitbucket we see:

deployment preview

In Jira we see:

If you rerun a successful deployment, Jira will continue to show the details of the first successful deployment, rather than any reruns.

Last modified on Feb 1, 2019

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