Open a Pull Request in GitHub referencing the Rally Story/Defect URL in the Pull Request Description
Then Rally Bot automatically creates ...
A Content Attachment
The title and description for the Rally Story/Defect is added to the Pull Request giving context to the developers that review it.
A Rally Connection
The connection is added to the Story/Defect, making it easy to see the Pull Request associated and a direct link to view the Pull Request in GitHub.
Before you begin, you will need:
Owner/Manager access to GitHub Account
You can check to see if you have the required permissions by going to "https://github.com/organizations/Your Organization Name/settings/apps". If you don't have access, you can request to become an App Manager from your GitHub Organization owner, instructions for adding an App Manager can be found here.
Rally Subscription ID
Your Rally Subscription ID is located here. You can find it under the "Brief" section, labeled by "ID". If you are unable to access this URL to retrieve your ID, you do not have the permission level required in Rally. Please contact your Rally Admin for this ID.
Rally API Key
You can setup an API Key here. We recommend using an API Key that is specifically used for automated actions (ex. builds, integrations).
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