To enable the Custom Issue Tracker integration in a project, navigate to the Integrations page, click the Customer Issue Tracker service, and fill in the required details on the page as described in the table below. You will be able to edit the title and description later as well.
|A title for the issue tracker (to differentiate between instances, for example).|
|A name for the issue tracker (to differentiate between instances, for example)|
|The URL to the project in the custom issue tracker.|
|The URL to the issue in the issue tracker project that is linked to this GitLab project. Note that the |
|Currently unused. Will be changed in a future release.|
Once you have configured and enabled Custom Issue Tracker Service you’ll see a link on the GitLab project pages that takes you to that custom issue tracker.
- Issues are referenced with
ANYTHINGcan be any string in CAPS and
<ID>is a number used in the target project of the custom integration (for example,
ANYTHINGis a placeholder to differentiate against GitLab issues, which are referenced with
#<ID>. You can use a project name or project key to replace it for example.
- When building the hyperlink, the
ANYTHINGpart is ignored, and links always point to the address specified in
issues_url, so in the example above,
PROJECT-143would refer to