GitLab issue tracking setup - SOLVED

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When setting up issue tracking integration with GitLab...

I've tried other URLs, too:

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Have the same problem in both Webstorm and RubyMine

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It seems that this is not an IntelliJ bug, but an expected behaviour due to loong response times from `Gitlab` API.

Go to Preferences > Tools > Tasks and increase the timeout time to 15000.

It worked for me

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There's a guide available for setting up Issue Tracker integration: https://confluence.jetbrains.com/display/PhpStorm/Integration+with+an+Issue+Tracking+System+in+PhpStorm

 

Unfortunately GitLab isn't supported officially yet and one would have to use "Generic" type of a issue tracking server.

OP is most likely using a 3rd party plugin: https://plugins.jetbrains.com/phpstorm/plugin/7319-gitlab-integration

If you're still facing the issue please let us know - we'll try to reproduce the same

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Petros: Thanks, that did it!

For the record, to log in you should create a new Personal Access Token at https://gitlab.com/profile/personal_access_tokens so that you don't have to use your account's private token or password. (I don't know if those other two credentials even work because I didn't test them after setting a higher timeout value.)

Dmitry: I happened to have GitLab Projects installed, but it has nothing to do with issue tracking because as a test I uninstalled it and GitLab was still listed as a server option.

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Apparently I'm wrong, GitLab integration is currently WIP and there's indeed an issue with a timeout: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/IDEA-166992

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@Dmitry Tronin GitLab integration was there for years, its just seems a bit unattended and breaks now on then. With current mass migration to GitLab though, this shouldn't be the case any more.

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Hello, my GitLab server has a specific port and with the the plugin cannot connect to the server, so, if I configure server as follows:
https://git.touchsystems.ch:30000 and put a token, which I created, I always get HTTP error 410 Gone on response of Test button click... Any idea what is wrong?

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Unfortunately, it is hard to tell anything for sure before checking logs first. Could you please collect these? (Help > Collect Logs)

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