I've posted this message bellow as an comment to very similar problem here : https://youtrack-support.jetbrains.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/115000134324/comments/115000577704
Nevertheless i've decided to create a new topic from that. What i'm interested in is connectivity between gitlab and youtrack (i did ask the same question on gitlab support forum - no response yet. Maybe someone had the same problem and will point me in the right direction)
I've already found ths "custom issue tracker" on Gitlab integrations page. But youtrack documentations says nothing about "how" to configure. There is only this information:
"To set YouTrack issue IDs as links in GitLab commit messages, you need to configure this feature in GitLab. To locate this option, access the Integrations page in your GitLab project settings and select Custom Issue Tracker from the Project services list."
Nothing about values, which should be filled in to the fields on gitlab page. This is my configuration:
The problem is : urls are "wrongly" created in gitlab.
When i push commit in schema : [ProjectName]-[Number] e.g. MPR-123 --> url, that is created in gitlab is :
http://[Youtrack_url]/Issue/123 where it should be http://[Youtrack_url]/issue/MPR-123
Anyone know how to fix it ?
- GitLab Community Edition 9.5.4
- YouTrack 2017.3 (build #37328)