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Issue Navigation: How do I link to a story based on its formatted ID?

Question asked by gaigstroliac on May 15, 2017
Latest reply on May 18, 2017 by gaigstroliac

I'm trying to set up IntelliJ issue navigation to link to stories in Agile Central. When I look at the URL that identifies the stories right now it looks something like:

 

https://rally1.rallydev.com/#/12345678901d/detail/userstory/123456789012 

 

Where I assume that the "12345678901d" part is an id for my company or something.

 

But the id on our story looks something like US98765, and when we make commits in source control, we will usually include a reference to that id in the comments like [US98765]. 

 

Does anyone know if there is a way, in agile central to link to the story using the story id rather than the much longer, much less obvious id that represents that story in Agile Central, which we do not currently decorate our source control commits with. 

 

As an example. When we were using Jira, as our story tracker, we could simply put in issue navigation that looked like this:

 

Issue ID (regular expression): \[([A-Z]+\-\d+)\]

Issue link (replacement expression): https://jira.admin.mycompany.com/browse/$1

 

Where issue id's in Jira looked like AB-1234567, and in our commits looked like [AB-1234567]

 

I'd like to be able to set up a navigation that looks something like the following for Agile Central navigation

 

Issue ID (regular expression): \[([A-Z]+\d+)\]

Issue link (replacement expression): https://rally1.rallydev.com/#/12345678901d/some-id-search-or-something/$1

 

Is this possible? If so, how do I do this?

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