Integrating Stash with Atlassian applications

When you integrate Stash with Atlassian applications you get the following benefits:

Application Integration feature Compatibility

Related branches, commits and pull requests are all summarized in the Development panel in a JIRA issue. JIRA 6.2+ Stash 2.10+

Create Git branches from within JIRA and JIRA Agile.

JIRA 6.1+ Stash 2.8+

Transition JIRA issues from within Stash.

JIRA 5.0+ Stash 2.7+

See the JIRA issues related to Stash commits and pull requests.

JIRA 5.0+ Stash 2.1+

See all the code changes commited for the issue (on the JIRA Source tab).

Click through to see a changed file, or the full commit , in Stash.

JIRA 5.0.4+ Plugin version bundled in JIRA
JIRA 5.0–5.0.3 JIRA FishEye/Stash Plugin 5.0.4.1
JIRA 4.4.x JIRA FishEye/Stash Plugin 3.4.12
JIRA 4.3.x JIRA FishEye/Stash Plugin 3.1.8

When Stash is integrated with HipChat, notifications are sent to a HipChat room whenever someone pushes to a repository in Stash.

  Stash 2.2+

Bamboo responds to repository events published by Stash to:

  • Trigger a plan build when a developer pushes to the connected repository.
  • Create or delete plan branches when a developer creates or removes a branch in the connected repository.

When you link a build plan to a Stash repository, build notifications are automatically enabled. 

See Bamboo integration.

Bamboo 5.6+ Stash 3.1+
See the latest build status for a commit when viewing Stash commits and pull requests. Bamboo 4.4+ Stash 2.1+

When you have SourceTree installed, you can:

  • clone a Stash repository using SourceTree.
  • check out a branch in SourceTree, when viewing files, commits or branches in a Stash repository.
SourceTree 1.7+ Stash 2.7+

When Stash is integrated with Crowd, you can:

  • use Crowd for user and group management, and for authentication.
   

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