WARNING: Jenkins X version 2.x is deprecated.
Please refer to the v3 documentation for the latest supported version.
Jenkins X defaults to using the issue tracker in your git provider for creating and browsing issues.
e.g. if you are inside the source code of a github project then you can type jx create issue:
jx create issue -t "lets make things more awesome"
And a new issue will be created on github.
You can list open the issues on your project via jx get issues:
jx get issues
Using a different issue tracker
If you wish to use, say, JIRA on a project you first need to add a JIRA service.
You can register your JIRA service via jx create tracker server:
jx create tracker server jira https://mycompany.atlassian.net/
You can then view your issue tracker server via jx get tracker:
jx get tracker
Then add a user and token via:
jx create tracker token -n jira myEmailAddress
configure the issue tracker on a project
In the source code of your project then use jx edit config:
jx edit config -k issues
- if you have multiple issue trackers, pick the one you wish to use for the project
- enter the name of the project in the issue tracker (e.g. the upper case name of the JIRA project)
A file called
jenkins-x.yml will be modified in your project source code which should be added to your git repository.
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