Installation Guide

The Installation Guide is for people who are installing the Atlassian Connector for IntelliJ IDEA for the first time. Check the system requirements and install the connector. You may also find the Configuration Guide and FAQ useful.

Upgrade Guide

The Upgrade Guide is for people who are upgrading their connector to the latest version.

JIRA User's Guide

The connector's JIRA User Guide is for developers who want to monitor, add and update JIRA issues from within IntelliJ IDEA. Learn how to configure the connector and work with JIRA issues in IntelliJ IDEA.

Bamboo User's Guide

The connector's Bamboo User Guide is for developers who want to use Bamboo build information from within IntelliJ IDEA. Learn how to configure the connector and work with Bamboo builds in IntelliJ IDEA.

FishEye User's Guide

The connector's FishEye User Guide is for developers who want to move quickly between IntelliJ IDEA and the FishEye view of their source repository.

Crucible User's Guide

The connector's Crucible User Guide is for developers who want to conduct Crucible code reviews from within IntelliJ IDEA. Learn how to configure the connector and work with Crucible reviews in IntelliJ IDEA.

Developer Resources

This is an open source project. To access the connector's source code, go to https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/connector-idea. If you do not already have an account, please go to https://bitbucket.org/ and sign up for an account. You should then be able to access the Mercurial repository with your new account. You may also find the Atlassian IDE Connector Forum useful.