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External Integrations

Integrating Collaborator into other systems, scripts, and processes is easy. A wide variety of integration mechanisms is available.

Reporting-writing tools

Collaborator comes with a few built-in reports, but almost everyone wants to make reports of their own.

You can use any external reporting system including Excel, Access, Crystal Reports, and Business Objects.

Bug-tracking systems 

Collaborator can integrate with external issue-tracking systems such as TeamTrack, Bugzilla, JIRA, and FogBugz. Integration can be done in several ways depending on the type of integration you require.

JIRA Integration 

Collaborator provides advanced support for JIRA, giving you the possibility to easily integrate these two products into your work processes. This allows you to create Collaborator reviews from JIRA tickets' linked commits or use JIRA as notification channel.

GitHub Integration 

Collaborator provides support for GitHub and GitHub Enterprise, giving you the possibility to review the changes pushed to GitHub repository or pull requests in that repository. The integration saves the time and efforts needed to synchronize your commits on GitHub and Collaborator reviews.

Bitbucket Integration 

Collaborator provides support for Bitbucket Cloud, giving you the possibility to review the changes pushed to Bitbucket repository or pull requests in that repository. The integration saves the time and efforts needed to synchronize your commits on Bitbucket and Collaborator reviews.

Scripting

Scripting is the way to implement custom behaviors in Collaborator. You can run scripts on your user's machines, or from the server machine, possible invoked with a trigger. Almost any action you can do in the Web Client can be done from a script.

Web Services

Collaborator server has two versions of web services: SOAP and JSON. Web service runs on a server and waits for special kind of requests. Upon receiving a request the server processes it and sends the results in response. You can use SOAP and JSON services from various applications to interact with the Collaborator server.




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