This document describes how to reference resources and upload attachments in CODING Project Collaboration.
CODING Reference Resources provides contextual support, so that team members can learn about the context of issues and quickly locate resources for problem-solving. In the Description or Comments on the details page of epics, user stories, requirements, tasks, bugs, and sub-tasks, you can reference resources and check issues referenced by other resources.
In the Description or Comments on the details pages of epics, requirements, tasks, bugs, and sub-tasks, you can use
# + reference ID/title to select a resource. The resource referenced will be shown in the References list. If the current issue has been referenced by another resource, the resource will be shown in the Referenced By list of the issue. The following shows how to reference resources in "Requirements".
# + reference ID/titlein Description of the issue details page.
# + reference ID/titlein Comments of the issue details page.
If resource B is referenced by issue A, you can view it in the References list of the resource B's issue list page.
# + reference ID/titleof the issue to the commit information (for example, this is a commit #3). If the issue to be associated with the code commit is not in the same project as the repository, add
repository name + # + reference IDto the commit information (for example, this is a cross-project commit code-repo #3).
# + reference IDin the commit information.
The References and Referenced lists display all resources referenced by and from the current issue, including epics, iterations, requirements, tasks, bugs, sub-tasks, pull requests, code versions, code commits, Wiki pages, files, and external links.
In the References and Referenced lists, you can click the magnifying glass icon on the right of the resource to go to the position where a certain resource is referenced and learn about the context. If the resource is referenced more than once by the current issue, you can select a specific reference position to go to.
You can click Upload Attachments on the issue details page to upload files related to the issue, or drag them to the issue details page. A maximum of 10 files can be uploaded, and the file size cannot exceed 300 MB.
CODING supports upload of external drafts from CoDesign in Upload Attachments, so that your team can accurately associate product drafts with issues, and communicate in real time based on the online preview. CODING makes it easier for your team to go through the entire process from design, development to release, and deliver products.
CoDesign is a one-stop product design collaboration platform developed by Tencent, which allows drafts to be imported and previewed online. It helps Internet product design teams to increase collaboration efficiency, and streamlines the product design process.
CODING supports upload of external prototypes from MockingBot in Upload Attachments. This allows your team to view the design prototypes on the current issue page, and easily then discuss, modify, and update them in a simple and efficient way.
First, log in to MockingBot, and then select the MockingBot prototype to be imported to a CODING issue. Then, click Share, select "Embed to a Third Party", and then copy the embed code.
Then, go to the CODING Issue Management page, click any epic, requirement, task, or bug, and then select From Third Party > MockingBot from the Upload Attachments menu.
Paste the embed code to associate the prototype with the issue. After upload, you can preview the MockingBot prototype in CODING.
TXC is a user feedback platform developed by Tencent. It allows users to publish their comments and feedback as posts to help development teams improve service quality and user experience.
CODING allows you to create and view issues in the feedback posts on TXC, and associate or disassociate issues. Besides, you can view the associated TXC post list on the issue details page in CODING.
Go to the homepage of any project, and then click Project Settings > Project Collaboration > Integration Configuration. Then, click Bind to bind TXC.
Every product in TXC can bind more than one CODING project. After you log in to TXC via the QR code, select a product to bind.
After binding, select any feedback on the TXC feedback page, and then associate it with a CODING issue by clicking the CODING icon on the right.
You can select an existing issue or create a new issue for association.
If you select Create New Issue, you will be redirected to CODING to select the desired issue type (requirement, task, or bug), and fill in the issue content.
You can view associated issues in TXC.
If you remove an associated issue from the TXC issue page, the corresponding issue in the CODING project will not be deleted, but is disassociated with TXC instead.
You can also check the association between an issue and TXC in the CODING project.
To remove a resource from the References list, delete the description or comment with
# + reference ID on the issue details page. If the resource is referenced by more than one issue, delete all descriptions or comments with
# + reference ID on issue details pages.