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Receiving Change (commits) in Continuum


In this part of the tutorial we will configure a Continuum Project to receive change and then setup a change source to send the change into Continuum.

Create a Continuum Project

In the Continuum application, on the right hand menu choose Flow > Manage Projects.

Click Add New (on the left), name it something appropriate, such as the name of the repository you will be associating the project with. Give it a description if desired. Click Create.

On the project edit page, on the Details tab, select a type of Source. Selecting a value in this drop down will save automatically and cause the Source tab to appear.

Next, click on the Versions tab. Add a version number that corresponds to the code in the repository you will be linking to. Or, just enter "1" to get started with. Click Update Version.

Now click on the Source tab. For Changes From, select the type from the list (specifics on these selections to follow). Next to the Use as Group selection, make sure Source Branch is selected.

Get a Continuum API Key

Now that we have a Project defined that can receive changes, we need to configure the source of those changes to send them in to the project.

Before we do this, you need to get a Continuum API key for your user account. In production environments we recommend that you create a dedicated API user in Continuum and use their API key for this purpose. However for tutorial purposes, use the Administrator account.

In the Continuum application, upper right menu select My Account. On the resulting popup, highlight the API Token and copy it to your clipboard. Paste it to a file to be used later. Also make note of the Continuum server address.

Configure Source Control Webhook

Choose one of the following links for the steps on how to configure the change sources to push the right data to Continuum.


After you have completed the instructions for the specific SCM, continue with the next step Getting Work Items.

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