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.
|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 and
<ID>is a number used in the target project of the custom integration (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.
- So with the example above,
PROJECT-143would refer to