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ChatOps
How to Create a New Channel
Invite and Remove Channel Members
To View and Manage Channel Members
How to Search Channels
CodeOps
Creating a New Tag
Creating a New Issue
Creating New Milestone
Creating a Merge Request
TestOps
Filter Project Issues
Change Issue Type
Change Issue Criticality
Change Issue State
RepoOps
How to Create a Proxy Repository
How to Create a Basic Repository
How to Stage and Tag
How to Search and Browse a Repository

How to Create a New Channel

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When entering ChatOps for the first time, you’ll see the ‘Create Channels’ button in the empty state graphic on the dashboard. Click the ‘Create Channels’ button to open the ‘Create new channel’ module.
2.
Once prompted, enter the channel name, purpose, header, and identify the channel type (Public or Private). Once populated, the ‘Create Channel’ button will become highlighted, and can be selected.

Invite and Remove Channel Members

1.
Access the ‘Invite People’ menu from the Account Settings section under your name in the top right corner of the screen.
2.
Once the ‘Invite’ module opens, find and select the people you want to invite to the channel. Note that you can select and invite more than one person at a time. Once all individuals are selected, click the ‘Invite Member(s)’ button to send the invitation. You should see the ‘Invite Successful’ confirmation message once completed successfully.

To View and Manage Channel Members

1.
First, enter any channel from the left side ChatOps menu, then select the member icon from the top right side of the channel UI.
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Once the ‘Member’ module pops up, you can manage all channel members from the list (as depicted below).

How to Search Channels

1.
The search function of ChatOps can always be found at the top of the screen within the ChatOps application.
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Click within the ‘Search Bar’ to bring up the search and filter options -
  1. From: (a particular user);
  2. In: (a particular channel or direct message);
  3. No: (on a specific date);
  4. Before: (a specific date);
  5. After: (a specific date).
Begin typing the rest of your filter in the ‘Search Bar’, then hit Enter to execute.

Creating a New Issue

1.
Open the ‘Issues’ options in the left side menu. New issues can be created from the ‘List’ or ‘Boards’ submenus. In this example we will create a new issue from the List sub menu.
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Click the ‘New Issue’ button in the top right menu which will open the ‘New Issues pane. Enter the title, description, and assignee, which will assign the issue to the identified team member along with the associated information. You may also indicate the due date,milestone, and attach any labels for additional related information.
3.
Once you’re done, click the ‘Submit Issue’ button, in order to create the issue. Once completed, you will be redirected to the ‘List’ screen and see an “Issue Successfully Created” message in green at top right side as indicated below.

Creating a Board

1.
Expand the CodeOps Issues menu on the left side of the interface, then select the ‘Boards’ submenu.
2.
Select the ‘Switch Boards’ drop down menu from the top left side of the Boards page, then select ‘Create new board’
3.
After selecting the “Create new board” option, enter your new board name, then click Create board to successfully create the new board.

Creating New Milestones

1.
Expand ‘Issues’ from the left side navigation menu, then select the ‘Milestones’ section. Once completed, click the ‘New milestone’ button from the top right side of the screen.
2.
Enter the Title, Start Date , Due Date, and Description of your milestone, then click the ‘Create milestone’ button at the bottom left of the screen to submit your milestone.

Creating a Merge Request

1.
Select the ‘Merge Request’ option from the navigation menu on the left side of the screen, then click on the ‘New merge request’ button on top right side of the screen.
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Once the ‘New merge request’ pane opens, select the the source branch and project under the `Source Branch’ indicator,then select the target project and branch that you are merging to under the ‘Target branch’ indicator. Once the applicable information is entered, click “Compare branches and continue” button.
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Click ‘Comparative analysis’, and once completed, add a Title, Description, and Assignee to the Merge Request. Additional information such as Milestones and Labels can be added as well.

Creating a New Tag

1.
First, click on the repositories section in the left side menu. Once the repository menu is open, click on ‘Tags’ and find the ‘New tag’ button in the top right side of the screen.
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Once you click the ‘New tag’ button, it will bring up the new tag section of the CodeOps application. Enter your Tag name, which branch it is created from, and any release notes that might be associated with the tag.
Once the form is filled out, click ‘Create tag’ and the new tag is saved.

Filter Project Issues

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From the TestOps application page, select a project, click on the ‘Issues’ tab, then select an issue

Change Issue Type

1.
The search function of ChatOps can always be found at the top of the screen within the ChatOps application.
2.
Click the issue type as depicted below
3.
Select an issue type (Bug, Vulnerability, Code Smell) from the dropdown to change the issue type

Change Issue Criticality

1.
From the TestOps application page, select a project, click on the ‘Issues’ tab, then select an issue
2.
Click the issue criticality rating as depicted below
3.
Select a new issue criticality (Blocker, Critical, Major, Minor and Info) from the dropdown to change the criticality rating

Change Issue State

1.
From the TestOps application page, select a project, click on the ‘Issues’ tab, then select an issue
2.
Click the issue criticality rating as depicted below
3.
Select a new issue state (Confirm, Resolve as fixed, Resolve as false positive, Resolve as won’t fix) from the dropdown to change the issue state.

How to Create a Proxy Repository

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Creating a basic repo begins in the main dashboard of the RepoOps application menu. Click the ‘Create Repository’ button from the top right side of the screen, then select apt (proxy) repository.
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Once you open the repository, create the repository by entering the required fields: Repository Name, APT settings, Storage details Once all fields are entered, complete the process by selecting the ‘Create Repository’ confirmation button.

How to Create a Basic Repository

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Creating a basic repo begins in the main dashboard of the RepoOps application menu. Click the ‘Create Repository’ button from the top right side of the screen, then select apt (hosted) repository.
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Once you open the repository menu, create the repository by entering the required fields: Repository Name, APT settings, Storage details, Once completed, select the ‘Create Repository’ confirmation button.

How to Stage and Tag

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Click the ‘Tag’ option from the left side of the RepoOps dashboard menu to open the list of tags.
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Select the tag name that you want and open the details.

How to Access Repository Management

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From the RepoOps dashboard, select the ‘Repository’ menu, then the ‘Repositories’ menu to open the list of repositories.
2.
You can manage repositories by listing the names in ascending or descending order by selecting the Tag Name option.
3.
You can copy repository links with the Copy URL button on the right side of the menu, which will display a “link successfully copied” display in the top right corner of the dashboard.

How to Search and Browse a Repository

1.
The search section of RepoOps can be found in the left side menu under the ‘Browse Server Component’ option.
2.
Type in the keywords for your search and click the ‘Search’ button.
3.
You can add criteria to your search to filter it further - criterias range from Formats, Keywords, Tags, Versions, and more.
4.
In addition to the general search function, you can perform a Custom, Maven, or NuGet specific search by selecting the ‘Search Type’ field.