Immediately after installation, the app starts indexing data about builds available on the TeamCity server you specified and maps them to the corresponding issues. Additionally, the app adds the TeamCity tab into the project and issue view.
Issue Key is a Jira issue ID. Normally, it's specified in a commit log message in a version control system integrated with TeamCity. For example, a developer commits a source code file adding the log message DEMO-5 Added compatibility with older browser versions, the build that includes this change will be shown in Jira in the DEMO project and in issue DEMO-5.
Viewing Builds within ProjectsOpen the project which you want to view builds for. On the sidebar, select TeamCity . While the app is indexing builds, you may see the following message on the TeamCity tab. This process may take a while on large instances. Also, please see here .
Viewing Builds within IssuesWhile viewing a specific issue, you can find out a list of builds that relate to this issue. You can see the list of builds on the TeamCity tab. The amount of information about the build is the same as in the project view. You can quickly transition
Viewing Builds and Deployments in Development SectionViewing the Latest Builds This feature is available for only. You can view the latest builds for a specific issue per each build configuration. Open the issue that you want to see deployment for. In the issue, locate the Development section. Click th