Connect to ALM Octane
To integrate with ALM Octane, first connect an ALM Octane instance to PulseUno.
Note: Administrator permissions required.
You can connect one or more ALM Octane instances to PulseUno.
After you set up a connection, you can:
Relate Git commits to ALM Octane work items by references in the commit messages. See Enable ALM Octane as a request provider.
Synchronize the phases of ALM Octane work items with the states of PulseUno reviews and pull requests. See Synchronize with ALM Octane work items.
Configure a chain to send chain results to ALM Octane and display them in ALM Octane as a pipeline. See Publish chain results to ALM Octane.
Connect an ALM Octane instance
As an administrator, you can connect ALM Octane workspaces to PulseUno.
To set up a connection to ALM Octane:
In PulseUno, navigate to Administration > Connections.
On the Connections page, click New Connection select Octane from the list.
On the New Octane Connection page, add the following details:
Field Description Title Enter a name for the ALM Octane connection. Web URL
Enter the base path to the ALM Octane space, for example, https://octane.example.com.
Tip: Open any page in the ALM Octane shared space, and copy and paste its URL from the web browser. PulseUno will automatically fill in the Shared Space field.
API Token Enter the Client ID key generated in ALM Octane. For details about creating API access keys in ALM Octane, see the ALM Octane help. Secret Enter the Client Secret key generated in ALM Octane. For details about creating API access keys in ALM Octane, see the ALM Octane help. Shared space If not prefilled, enter the ID of the ALM Octane shared space to which you want to connect, for example, 1001. Pulse instance ID
Enter the instance ID of the PulseUno CI server configured in ALM Octane. By default, PulseUno uses the default instance ID assigned in ALM Octane. For details about adding a CI server in ALM Octane, see the ALM Octane help.
Note: If you connect several ALM Octane instances, ensure that each connection has a unique instance IDs.
A working connection is displayed with the Connected status.