YouTrack 6.5 (build 16655) with GitLab EE and GitLab CE Integration Is Out

Happy Friday to everyone and please welcome a brand new YouTrack 6.5 (build 16655) with GitLab Enterprise Edition and GitLab Community Edition integration. This minor release also brings a number of important bug fixes and new features, introduced in the 6.5 version enhancements.

Please check the full list of Release notes for more juicy details.  Download YouTrack 6.5 (build 16655) today and keep tracking with pleasure, as always.

If you’re using YouTrack InCloud, we’re planning to upgrade the next part of our servers to the latest 6.5 version on Monday, Sept 14, according to our Maintenance calendar.

Please stay tuned!

About Valerie Andrianova

Valerie Andrianova is YouTrack Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains. Her professional interests include issue & bug tracking, project management, agile methodologies and tools. Apart from work, she cannot imagine her life without live music, quirky books and lattes with those cute little foam hearts.
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10 Responses to YouTrack 6.5 (build 16655) with GitLab EE and GitLab CE Integration Is Out

  1. Tammo Schülke says:

    YT won’t start for me after the upgrade because of a “Could not register service(s) in Hub” error , if anyone else has this problem:
    https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/JT-31913

    • Valerie Andrianova says:

      Hi Tamno,
      Thanks for sharing, the problem is already fixed and is already in testing. Will include in one of the upcoming minor versions.

  2. Alexander says:

    Integration with Gitlab CE/EE is a great feature, but I can’t find where I can enter url of my gitlab CE instance. I have latest build of youtrack 6.5 – 16807

    • alexander.volfman says:

      Hi Alexander,
      You need to register (add) your server. This can be done on YouTrack_url/admin/vcs. You will then be able to select it when setting up the integration for a repository.

  3. Mark says:

    I’m also trying to connect to a local install of GitLab and keep getting the error, “unable to perform operation,” and “Not found.” These errors occur on the final setup page where I have to select Repositories, Committers, Branches, etc. The Repositories drop-down correctly lists my repositories, but I can’t save from here.

    Does the giblab url have to be https? Ours is not.

  4. Luis Javier Romero says:

    Hi Alexander ,
    I’m also trying to connect to a local install of GitLab and keep getting the error, “unable to perform operation,” and “Not found.” These errors occur on the final setup page where I have to select Repositories, Committers, Branches, etc. The Repositories drop-down correctly lists my repositories, but I can’t save from here.

    I verified the issue “JT-32434” and don’t have any URI with capital letters.

    I tryed differents approachs like (In all of them I am the owner and admin in gitlab): personal repository and group repository. But I got stuck in this step always.

    We are using the web version of YouTrack 6.5 Build 16995.

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