Manually link GIT commits to issues
Hi, we are planning to roll out Youtrack very soon. Have a script to transition all our issues into it. But one question remains: GIT history.
Currently GIT integration is done via TeamCity. And that's fine, although not ideal. Problem is in our all issue tracking system issue links were done slightly differently: issue id was a numeric value, like *12345*. In Youtrack we kept those values, but they are prefixed with project name: *project-12345*. And thus GIT commits are not picked up by the TeamCity when I view code changes for an issue.
Is there a way to manually link old GIT commits with Youtrack issues?
Something like API to edit commit comments in TeamCity so that issue IDs would be corrected to
format or something similar?
Going forward this of course is not going to be a problem
Thank you for choosing YouTrack.
Unfortunately, we have no workaround for this. Such method is not implemented yet.
Using Wadl generated code, when creating a issue with post command it creates 5 entries
YouTrack behind NginX + SSL (or another secure way to run it over the Internet)
Build #178 (Dec/17/2014 3:47PM)