Issue Tracker Integration

You can set an issue tracker connection in two ways with RhodeCode Enterprise.

  • At the instance level, you can set a default issue tracker.
  • At the repository level, you can configure an integration with a different issue tracker.

To integrate RhodeCode Enterprise with an issue tracker, you need to define a regular expression that will fetch the issue ID stored in commit messages, and replace it with a URL. This enables RhodeCode Enterprise to generate a link matching each issue to the target repository.

Default Issue Tracker Configuration

To integrate your issue tracker, use the following steps:

  1. Open Admin ‣ Settings ‣ Issue Tracker.

  2. In the new entry field, enter the following information:

    • Description: A name for this set of rules.
    • Pattern: The regular expression that will match issues tagged in commit messages, or more see Jira Integration.
    • URL: The URL to your issue tracker.
    • Prefix: The prefix with which you want to mark issues.
  3. Select Add so save the rule to your issue tracker configuration.

Repository Issue Tracker Configuration

You can configure specific repositories to use a different issue tracker than the default one. See the instructions in Repository Issue Tracker

Jira Integration

  • Regex = (?:^#|\s#)(\w+-\d+)
  • URL =${id}
  • Issue Prefix = #

Confluence (Wiki)

  • Regex = (?:conf-)([A-Z0-9]+)
  • URL =${id}/${repo_name}
  • issue prefix = CONF-

Redmine Integration

  • Regex = (issue-+\d+)
  • URL =${id}
  • Issue Prefix = issue-

Redmine (wiki)

  • Regex = (?:wiki-)([a-zA-Z0-9]+)
  • URL =${repo_name}
  • Issue prefix = Issue-

Pivotal Tracker

  • Regex = (?:pivot-)(?<project_id>\d+)-(?<story>\d+)
  • URL =${project_id}/stories/${story}
  • Issue prefix = Piv-


  • Regex = (?:trello-)(?<card_id>[a-zA-Z0-9]+)
  • URL =${card_id}
  • Issue prefix = Trello-