Commit f4bc18d2 authored by Drew Blessing's avatar Drew Blessing Committed by Felipe Artur

Refactor JIRA service to use gem

parent 2fc359a5
......@@ -161,6 +161,9 @@ gem 'connection_pool', '~> 2.0'
# HipChat integration
gem 'hipchat', '~> 1.5.0'
# JIRA integration
gem 'jira-ruby', '~> 0.1.17'
# Flowdock integration
gem 'gitlab-flowdock-git-hook', '~> 1.0.1'
......
......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ module ServiceParams
:add_pusher, :send_from_committer_email, :disable_diffs,
:external_wiki_url, :notify, :color,
:server_host, :server_port, :default_irc_uri, :enable_ssl_verification,
:jira_issue_transition_id]
:jira_issue_transition_id, :url, :project_key]
# Parameters to ignore if no value is specified
FILTER_BLANK_PARAMS = [:password]
......
# == Schema Information
#
# Table name: services
#
# id :integer not null, primary key
# type :string(255)
# title :string(255)
# project_id :integer
# created_at :datetime
# updated_at :datetime
# active :boolean default(FALSE), not null
# properties :text
# template :boolean default(FALSE)
# push_events :boolean default(TRUE)
# issues_events :boolean default(TRUE)
# merge_requests_events :boolean default(TRUE)
# tag_push_events :boolean default(TRUE)
# note_events :boolean default(TRUE), not null
# build_events :boolean default(FALSE), not null
#
require 'jira'
class JiraService < IssueTrackerService
include HTTParty
include Gitlab::Routing.url_helpers
include Gitlab::Application.routes.url_helpers
DEFAULT_API_VERSION = 2
prop_accessor :username, :password, :api_url, :jira_issue_transition_id,
:title, :description, :project_url, :issues_url, :new_issue_url
validates :api_url, presence: true, url: true, if: :activated?
prop_accessor :username, :password, :url, :project_key,
:jira_issue_transition_id, :title, :description
before_validation :set_api_url, :set_jira_issue_transition_id
before_validation :set_jira_issue_transition_id
before_update :reset_password
......@@ -20,14 +40,34 @@ class JiraService < IssueTrackerService
def reset_password
# don't reset the password if a new one is provided
if api_url_changed? && !password_touched?
if url_changed? && !password_touched?
self.password = nil
end
end
def options
url = URI.parse(self.url)
{
:username => self.username,
:password => self.password,
:site => URI.join(url, '/').to_s,
:context_path => url.path,
:auth_type => :basic,
:read_timeout => 120,
:use_ssl => url.scheme == 'https'
}
end
def client
@client ||= ::JIRA::Client.new(options)
end
def jira_project
@jira_project ||= client.Project.find(project_key)
end
def help
'Setting `project_url`, `issues_url` and `new_issue_url` will '\
'allow a user to easily navigate to the Jira issue tracker. See the '\
'See the ' \
'[integration doc](http://doc.gitlab.com/ce/integration/external-issue-tracker.html) '\
'for details.'
end
......@@ -53,12 +93,25 @@ class JiraService < IssueTrackerService
end
def fields
super.push(
{ type: 'text', name: 'api_url', placeholder: 'https://jira.example.com/rest/api/2' },
[
{ type: 'text', name: 'url', title: 'URL', placeholder: 'https://jira.example.com' },
{ type: 'text', name: 'project_key', placeholder: 'PROJ' },
{ type: 'text', name: 'username', placeholder: '' },
{ type: 'password', name: 'password', placeholder: '' },
{ type: 'text', name: 'jira_issue_transition_id', placeholder: '2' }
)
]
end
def project_url
"#{url}/issues/?jql=project=#{project_key}"
end
def issues_url
"#{url}/browse/:id"
end
def new_issue_url
"#{url}/secure/CreateIssue.jspa"
end
def execute(push, issue = nil)
......@@ -72,7 +125,7 @@ class JiraService < IssueTrackerService
end
def create_cross_reference_note(mentioned, noteable, author)
issue_name = mentioned.id
issue_key = mentioned.id
project = self.project
noteable_name = noteable.class.name.underscore.downcase
noteable_id = if noteable.is_a?(Commit)
......@@ -94,53 +147,25 @@ class JiraService < IssueTrackerService
},
entity: {
name: noteable_name.humanize.downcase,
url: entity_url,
title: noteable.title
url: entity_url
}
}
add_comment(data, issue_name)
add_comment(data, issue_key)
end
def test_settings
return unless api_url.present?
result = JiraService.get(
jira_api_test_url,
headers: {
'Content-Type' => 'application/json',
'Authorization' => "Basic #{auth}"
}
)
return unless api_utrl.present?
# Test settings by getting the project
jira_project
case result.code
when 201, 200
Rails.logger.info("#{self.class.name} SUCCESS #{result.code}: Successfully connected to #{api_url}.")
true
else
Rails.logger.info("#{self.class.name} ERROR #{result.code}: #{result.parsed_response}")
false
end
rescue Errno::ECONNREFUSED => e
Rails.logger.info "#{self.class.name} ERROR: #{e.message}. API URL: #{api_url}."
rescue Errno::ECONNREFUSED, JIRA::HTTPError => e
Rails.logger.info "#{self.class.name} Test ERROR: #{url} - #{e.message}"
false
end
private
def build_api_url_from_project_url
server = URI(project_url)
default_ports = [["http", 80], ["https", 443]].include?([server.scheme, server.port])
server_url = "#{server.scheme}://#{server.host}"
server_url.concat(":#{server.port}") unless default_ports
"#{server_url}/rest/api/#{DEFAULT_API_VERSION}"
rescue
"" # looks like project URL was not valid
end
def set_api_url
self.api_url = build_api_url_from_project_url if self.api_url.blank?
end
def set_jira_issue_transition_id
self.jira_issue_transition_id ||= "2"
end
......@@ -149,7 +174,7 @@ class JiraService < IssueTrackerService
commit_id = if entity.is_a?(Commit)
entity.id
elsif entity.is_a?(MergeRequest)
entity.diff_head_sha
entity.last_commit.id
end
commit_url = build_entity_url(:commit, commit_id)
......@@ -161,69 +186,47 @@ class JiraService < IssueTrackerService
end
def transition_issue(issue)
message = {
transition: {
id: jira_issue_transition_id
}
}
send_message(close_issue_url(issue.iid), message.to_json)
issue = client.Issue.find(issue.iid)
issue.transitions.build.save(transition: { id: jira_issue_transition_id })
end
def add_issue_solved_comment(issue, commit_id, commit_url)
comment = {
body: "Issue solved with [#{commit_id}|#{commit_url}]."
}
send_message(comment_url(issue.iid), comment.to_json)
comment = "Issue solved with [#{commit_id}|#{commit_url}]."
send_message(issue.iid, comment)
end
def add_comment(data, issue_name)
url = comment_url(issue_name)
def add_comment(data, issue_key)
user_name = data[:user][:name]
user_url = data[:user][:url]
entity_name = data[:entity][:name]
entity_url = data[:entity][:url]
entity_title = data[:entity][:title]
project_name = data[:project][:name]
message = {
body: %Q{[#{user_name}|#{user_url}] mentioned this issue in [a #{entity_name} of #{project_name}|#{entity_url}]:\n'#{entity_title}'}
}
unless existing_comment?(issue_name, message[:body])
send_message(url, message.to_json)
end
end
message = "[#{user_name}|#{user_url}] mentioned this issue in [a #{entity_name} of #{project_name}|#{entity_url}]."
def auth
require 'base64'
Base64.urlsafe_encode64("#{self.username}:#{self.password}")
# unless existing_comment?(issue_name, message[:body])
send_message(issue_key, message)
# end
end
def send_message(url, message)
def send_message(issue_key, message)
return unless api_url.present?
result = JiraService.post(
url,
body: message,
headers: {
'Content-Type' => 'application/json',
'Authorization' => "Basic #{auth}"
}
)
message = case result.code
when 201, 200, 204
"#{self.class.name} SUCCESS #{result.code}: Successfully posted to #{url}."
when 401
"#{self.class.name} ERROR 401: Unauthorized. Check the #{self.username} credentials and JIRA access permissions and try again."
else
"#{self.class.name} ERROR #{result.code}: #{result.parsed_response}"
end
issue = client.Issue.find(issue_key)
issue.comments.build.save!(body: message)
# message = case result.code
# when 201, 200, 204
# "#{self.class.name} SUCCESS #{result.code}: Successfully posted to #{url}."
# when 401
# "#{self.class.name} ERROR 401: Unauthorized. Check the #{self.username} credentials and JIRA access permissions and try again."
# else
# "#{self.class.name} ERROR #{result.code}: #{result.parsed_response}"
# end
Rails.logger.info(message)
message
rescue URI::InvalidURIError, Errno::ECONNREFUSED => e
Rails.logger.info "#{self.class.name} ERROR: #{e.message}. Hostname: #{url}."
Rails.logger.info "#{self.class.name} Send message ERROR: #{url} - #{e.message}"
end
def existing_comment?(issue_name, new_comment)
......@@ -267,16 +270,4 @@ class JiraService < IssueTrackerService
)
)
end
def close_issue_url(issue_name)
"#{self.api_url}/issue/#{issue_name}/transitions"
end
def comment_url(issue_name)
"#{self.api_url}/issue/#{issue_name}/comment"
end
def jira_api_test_url
"#{self.api_url}/myself"
end
end
class MigrateJiraToGem < ActiveRecord::Migration
def change
reversible do |dir|
select_all("SELECT id, properties FROM services WHERE services.type IN ('JiraService')").each do |service|
id = service['id']
properties = JSON.parse(service['properties'])
properties_was = properties.clone
dir.up do
# Migrate `project_url` to `project_key`
# Ignore if `project_url` doesn't have jql project query with project key
if properties['project_url'].present?
jql = properties['project_url'].match('project=([A-Za-z]*)')
properties['project_key'] = jql.captures.first if jql
end
# Migrate `api_url` to `url`
if properties['api_url'].present?
url = properties['api_url'].match('(.*)\/rest\/api')
properties['url'] = url.captures.first if url
end
# Delete now unnecessary properties
properties.delete('api_url')
properties.delete('project_url')
properties.delete('new_issue_url')
properties.delete('issues_url')
end
dir.down do
# Rebuild old properties based on sane defaults
if properties['url'].present?
properties['api_url'] = "#{properties['url']}/rest/api/2"
properties['project_url'] =
"#{properties['url']}/issues/?jql=project=#{properties['project_key']}"
properties['issues_url'] = "#{properties['url']}/browse/:id"
properties['new_issue_url'] = "#{properties['url']}/secure/CreateIssue.jspa"
end
# Delete the new properties
properties.delete('url')
properties.delete('project_key')
end
# Update changes properties
if properties != properties_was
execute("UPDATE services SET properties = '#{quote_string(properties.to_json)}' WHERE id = #{id}")
end
end
end
end
end
......@@ -5,57 +5,36 @@ trackers and external authentication.
See the documentation below for details on how to configure these services.
- [Jira](../project_services/jira.md) Integrate with the JIRA issue tracker
- [JIRA](jira.md) Integrate with the JIRA issue tracker
- [External issue tracker](external-issue-tracker.md) Redmine, JIRA, etc.
- [LDAP](ldap.md) Set up sign in via LDAP
- [OmniAuth](omniauth.md) Sign in via Twitter, GitHub, GitLab.com, Google, Bitbucket, Facebook, Shibboleth, SAML, Crowd and Azure
- [OmniAuth](omniauth.md) Sign in via Twitter, GitHub, GitLab, and Google via OAuth.
- [SAML](saml.md) Configure GitLab as a SAML 2.0 Service Provider
- [CAS](cas.md) Configure GitLab to sign in using CAS
- [Slack](slack.md) Integrate with the Slack chat service
- [OAuth2 provider](oauth_provider.md) OAuth2 application creation
- [Gmail actions buttons](gmail_action_buttons_for_gitlab.md) Adds GitLab actions to messages
- [reCAPTCHA](recaptcha.md) Configure GitLab to use Google reCAPTCHA for new users
- [Akismet](akismet.md) Configure Akismet to stop spam
- [Koding](../administration/integration/koding.md) Configure Koding to use IDE integration
GitLab Enterprise Edition contains [advanced Jenkins support][jenkins].
[jenkins]: http://docs.gitlab.com/ee/integration/jenkins.html
## Project services
Integration with services such as Campfire, Flowdock, Gemnasium, HipChat,
Pivotal Tracker, and Slack are available in the form of a [Project Service][].
You can find these within GitLab in the Services page under Project Settings if
you are at least a master on the project.
Project Services are a bit like plugins in that they allow a lot of freedom in
adding functionality to GitLab. For example there is also a service that can
send an email every time someone pushes new commits.
[Project Service]: ../project_services/project_services.md
## SSL certificate errors
When trying to integrate GitLab with services that are using self-signed certificates,
it is very likely that SSL certificate errors will occur on different parts of the
application, most likely Sidekiq. There are 2 approaches you can take to solve this:
1. Add the root certificate to the trusted chain of the OS.
1. If using Omnibus, you can add the certificate to GitLab's trusted certificates.
**OS main trusted chain**
Because GitLab is open source we can ship with the code and tests for all
plugins. This allows the community to keep the plugins up to date so that they
always work in newer GitLab versions.
This [resource](http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/server-configuration/ssl-certificates/adding-trusted-root-certificates-to-the-server-1605.html)
has all the information you need to add a certificate to the main trusted chain.
For an overview of what projects services are available without logging in,
please see the [project_services directory][projects-code].
This [answer](http://superuser.com/questions/437330/how-do-you-add-a-certificate-authority-ca-to-ubuntu)
at SuperUser also has relevant information.
**Omnibus Trusted Chain**
It is enough to concatenate the certificate to the main trusted certificate:
```bash
cat jira.pem >> /opt/gitlab/embedded/ssl/certs/cacert.pem
```
After that restart GitLab with:
```bash
sudo gitlab-ctl restart
```
[jenkins]: http://doc.gitlab.com/ee/integration/jenkins.html
[Project Service]: ../project_services/project_services.md
[projects-code]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/tree/master/app/models/project_services
# GitLab JIRA integration
# GitLab Jira integration
This document was moved under [project_services/jira](../project_services/jira.md).
GitLab can be configured to interact with Jira. Configuration happens via
username and password. Connecting to a Jira server via CAS is not possible.
Each project can be configured to connect to a different Jira instance, see the
[configuration](#configuration) section. If you have one Jira instance you can
pre-fill the settings page with a default template. To configure the template
see the [Services Templates][services-templates] document.
Once the project is connected to Jira, you can reference and close the issues
in Jira directly from GitLab.
## Table of Contents
* [Referencing Jira Issues from GitLab](#referencing-jira-issues)
* [Closing Jira Issues from GitLab](#closing-jira-issues)
* [Configuration](#configuration)
### Referencing Jira Issues
When GitLab project has Jira issue tracker configured and enabled, mentioning
Jira issue in GitLab will automatically add a comment in Jira issue with the
link back to GitLab. This means that in comments in merge requests and commits
referencing an issue, eg. `PROJECT-7`, will add a comment in Jira issue in the
format:
```
USER mentioned this issue in LINK_TO_THE_MENTION
```
* `USER` A user that mentioned the issue. This is the link to the user profile in GitLab.
* `LINK_TO_THE_MENTION` Link to the origin of mention with a name of the entity where Jira issue was mentioned.
Can be commit or merge request.
![example of mentioning or closing the Jira issue](img/jira_issue_reference.png)
---
### Closing Jira Issues
Jira issues can be closed directly from GitLab by using trigger words, eg.
`Resolves PROJECT-1`, `Closes PROJECT-1` or `Fixes PROJECT-1`, in commits and
merge requests. When a commit which contains the trigger word in the commit
message is pushed, GitLab will add a comment in the mentioned Jira issue.
For example, for project named `PROJECT` in Jira, we implemented a new feature
and created a merge request in GitLab.
This feature was requested in Jira issue `PROJECT-7`. Merge request in GitLab
contains the improvement and in merge request description we say that this
merge request `Closes PROJECT-7` issue.
Once this merge request is merged, the Jira issue will be automatically closed
with a link to the commit that resolved the issue.
![A Git commit that causes the Jira issue to be closed](img/jira_merge_request_close.png)
---
![The GitLab integration user leaves a comment on Jira](img/jira_service_close_issue.png)
---
## Configuration
### Configuring JIRA
We need to create a user in JIRA which will have access to all projects that
need to integrate with GitLab. Login to your JIRA instance as admin and under
Administration go to User Management and create a new user.
As an example, we'll create a user named `gitlab` and add it to `jira-developers`
group.
**It is important that the user `gitlab` has write-access to projects in JIRA**
### Configuring GitLab
JIRA configuration in GitLab is done via a project's **Services**.
#### GitLab 7.8 and up with JIRA v6.x
See next section.
#### GitLab 7.8 and up
_The currently supported JIRA versions are v6.x and v7.x._
To enable JIRA integration in a project, navigate to the project's
**Settings > Services > JIRA**.
Fill in the required details on the page as described in the table below.
| Field | Description |
| ----- | ----------- |
| `URL` | The base URL to the JIRA project which is being linked to this GitLab project. Ex. https://jira.example.com |
| `Project key` | The short, all capital letter identifier for your JIRA project. |
| `Username` | The username of the user created in [configuring JIRA step](#configuring-jira). |
| `Password` |The password of the user created in [configuring JIRA step](#configuring-jira). |
| `Jira issue transition` | This is the ID of a transition that moves issues to a closed state. You can find this number under JIRA workflow administration ([see screenshot](img/jira_workflow_screenshot.png)). By default, this ID is `2` (in the example image, this is `2` as well) |
After saving the configuration, your GitLab project will be able to interact
with the linked JIRA project.
![Jira service page](img/jira_service_page.png)
---
#### GitLab 6.x-7.7 with JIRA v6.x
_**Note:** GitLab versions 7.8 and up contain various integration improvements.
We strongly recommend upgrading._
In `gitlab.yml` enable the JIRA issue tracker section by
[uncommenting these lines][jira-gitlab-yml]. This will make sure that all
issues within GitLab are pointing to the JIRA issue tracker.
After you set this, you will be able to close issues in JIRA by a commit in
GitLab.
Go to your project's **Settings** page and fill in the project name for the
JIRA project:
![Set the JIRA project name in GitLab to 'NEW'](img/jira_project_name.png)
---
You can also enable the JIRA service that will allow you to interact with JIRA
issues. Go to the **Settings > Services > JIRA** and:
1. Tick the active check box to enable the service
1. Supply the URL to JIRA server, for example http://jira.example.com
1. Supply the username of a user we created under `Configuring JIRA` section,
for example `gitlab`
1. Supply the password of the user
1. Optional: supply the JIRA API version, default is version `2`
1. Optional: supply the JIRA issue transition ID (issue transition to closed).
This is dependent on JIRA settings, default is `2`
1. Hit save
![Jira services page](img/jira_service.png)
[services-templates]: ../project_services/services_templates.md
[jira-gitlab-yml]: https://gitlab.com/subscribers/gitlab-ee/blob/6-8-stable-ee/config/gitlab.yml.example#L111-115
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