GitLab Enterprise Integration
The process is the same than GitLab, but in this case, you must fill all the fields. First of all, select GitLab Enterprise option from the Add button dropdown.
Once you click on GitLab Enterprise option, you will see a pop-up asking for your credentials and token:
- For Domain insert the value must be your on-premise domain (for example: customdomain.gitlab.com).
- For Token insert your created token. Read below how to create a personal token in GitLab. For security concerns, visit our security page.
- For Username insert your username in GitLab.
How to create a personal access token in GitLab?
- Log in to GitLab.
- In the upper-right corner, click your avatar and select Settings.
- On the User Settings menu, select Access Tokens.
- Choose a name and optional expiry date for the token.
- Choose the following scopes:
- Click the Create personal access token button.
- Save the personal access token somewhere safe. Once you leave or refresh the page, you won’t be able to access it again
To finish the integration, click on the Add integration button and later you will be able to select the new repositories.
If your account is created in your own local instance and not globally on the official site GitLab.com, you firstly need to create an account on GitLab.com and then, add your integration to your Scope account. If that is the case, please, create a GitLab account or use an existing GitLab account.