As an Admin (GitLab Self Hosted Repository)

This section will guide you in setting up your GitLive organization through your self-hosted repository hosting service (Currently GitLve only supports GitLab self-hosted).

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Overview

In this quick guide you will learn how to install the GitLive app on your self hosted GitLab instance as an administrator.

Steps for authenticating

As an administrator, you are required to install the GitLive app on the group level and grant it access to the repositories that you would like to use GitLive with. Note that your instance will need to be accessible from the internet.

Step 1

  • Install the plugin as explained in the installation section.
  • Open up a clone of the repository that you want to use GitLive with.
  • Then, you will see the following prompt in the GitLive window:

Configure Server

Step 2

After clicking on Configure new GitLab server, follow the setup instructions. You’ll start by adding a new OAuth 2.0 application in GitLab, this will allow you to set the right scopes, and get the GitLab Application ID and Secret, which is needed for the set up.

Self hosted form

When adding a new application, it’s important to make sure that you are selecting the correct options, as specified in the instructions.

Form Options

Step 3

The next step is to authenticate and install your newly created GitLab application on the group of your choice.

Step 4

Finally, you will see a screen showing you that GitLive has been installed successfully, with the option to connect your issue tracker to enable our issue tracking integration.

Successful Self Hosted Installation

You’re all set!

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Overview

In this quick guide you will learn how to install the GitLive app on your self hosted GitLab instance as an administrator.

Steps for authenticating

As an administrator, you are required to install the GitLive app on the group level and grant it access to the repositories that you would like to use GitLive with. Note that your instance will need to be accessible from the internet.

Step 1

  • Install the plugin as explained in the installation section.
  • Open up a clone of the repository that you want to use GitLive with.
  • Then, you will see the following prompt in the GitLive window:

Configure Server

Step 2

After clicking on Configure new GitLab server, follow the setup instructions. You’ll start by adding a new OAuth 2.0 application in GitLab, this will allow you to set the right scopes, and get the GitLab Application ID and Secret, which is needed for the set up.

Self hosted form

When adding a new application, it’s important to make sure that you are selecting the correct options, as specified in the instructions.

Form Options

Step 3

The next step is to authenticate and install your newly created GitLab application on the group of your choice.

Step 4

Finally, you will see a screen showing you that GitLive has been installed successfully, with the option to connect your issue tracker to enable our issue tracking integration.

Successful Self Hosted Installation

You’re all set!

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Overview

In this quick guide you will learn how to install the GitLive app on your self hosted GitLab instance as an administrator.

Steps for authenticating

As an administrator, you are required to install the GitLive app on the group level and grant it access to the repositories that you would like to use GitLive with. Note that your instance will need to be accessible from the internet.

Step 1

  • Install the plugin as explained in the installation section.
  • Open up a clone of the repository that you want to use GitLive with.
  • Then, you will see the following prompt in the GitLive window:

Configure Server

Step 2

After clicking on Configure new GitLab server, follow the setup instructions. You’ll start by adding a new OAuth 2.0 application in GitLab, this will allow you to set the right scopes, and get the GitLab Application ID and Secret, which is needed for the set up.

Self hosted form

When adding a new application, it’s important to make sure that you are selecting the correct options, as specified in the instructions.

Form Options

Step 3

The next step is to authenticate and install your newly created GitLab application on the group of your choice.

Step 4

Finally, you will see a screen showing you that GitLive has been installed successfully, with the option to connect your issue tracker to enable our issue tracking integration.

Successful Self Hosted Installation

You’re all set!

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