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TeamCity Hub plugin

Greetings, everyone!

Today we are releasing the first version of the plugin for TeamCity which provides integration with JetBrains Hub, a single point of entry for user management across all JetBrains team tools.

The first version of the Hub plugin for TeamCity handles authentication via Hub and user details synchronization; so if you are already using Hub, install our plugin to enable single sign-on (SSO) and to automatically update user details from Hub in TeamCity.

The current plugin version is compatible with TeamCity 9.1.x and Hub 1.0.

Download hub-plugin.zip from here and install it on your TeamCity server as usual. After the server restart, the integration can be managed using the Administration | Hub Settings page.

Please refer to the documentation for the usage details.

We keep working on the TeamCity-Hub integration, and your feedback is greatly appreciated!

Happy connecting and building!

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3 Responses to TeamCity Hub plugin

  1. Please Welcome TeamCity Hub Plugin | Hub – JetBrains Team Tools Connector says:

    October 23, 2015

    […] blog post is reposted from the TeamCity blog. Please post your questions, comments to the original post to address them to TeamCity team, which is working on the Hub plugin […]

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    Mark Freedman says:

    October 23, 2015

    The plugin install instructions indicate:
    “Note that the Guest user in Hub needs to be allowed (unbanned) for the TeamCity service registration in Hub.”

    Is this just when wiring it in to Hub initially, or is this ALWAYS required while the plugin is installed. Also, does this plugin include a link to TC from the Upper-right box icon we see in Hub, YT, and Upsource?


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      Pavel Sher says:

      October 23, 2015

      Guest account is required when Hub plugin creates TeamCity service in Hub. After that it can be banned again.

      As to list of applications, I guess you should see TeamCity there once TeamCity service is created and verified in Hub.

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