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Create a unified, automated, and detailed catalog of your software architecture using Bitbucket, GitHub, and GitLab repositories linked to Jira Software.
Compass will find Jira Software projects that contain repositories you might want to create as software components. As components are created, they’ll include relevant information that encourage teams to use Compass as a source of truth.
After you create these components, take your software catalog further:
As a site admin, integrate Jira Cloud with Bitbucket, GitHub, or GitLab.
As a site or project admin, enable code in Jira Software.
In Compass, select Create in the main navigation, then Import components.
Next to Jira Software, select Import.
Choose recent Jira Software projects. Bitbucket, GitHub, and GitLab repositories in the projects you choose will be created as Compass components.
If you don’t see any projects, complete the steps in the before you begin section.
Repositories will be created as Compass components, and include the following information:
The import process can take a few minutes.
When the import completes, select Go to Compass to see a list of your new components.
Assign owner teams to components to encourage accountability and improve failing scorecards.
Link Jira issues to components to track and prioritize work against your software architecture.
Sometimes an import may not complete due to network issues. If this happens, try and create the components again.
Compass will prevent components being duplicated by looking at existing component names, descriptions, and labels.
During the import process, select Stop creating. Depending on when you cancel the import, some repositories may still be created as software components in Compass, which you can delete at any time.
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