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LeanKit Integration Service

The LeanKit Integration Service synchronizes items between a Target system and LeanKit.

  • Supported Target systems: Visual Studio Online, Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010/2012/2013, JIRA 5.x+, and GitHub
  • Runs as a Windows service, or from command line for testing
  • One Target + LeanKit account per instance
  • Multiple Target projects / LeanKit boards per instance
  • Map any status in the Target system to any lane on a LeanKit board
  • Monitors the Target system, looking for new items and updates
  • When new items are added to the Target system, new cards are added to LeanKit
  • Monitors LeanKit boards for card moves and updates
  • When new cards are added to LeanKit, new items are added to the Target system (optional)
  • Supports state workflow (e.g. Active > Resolved > Closed)
  • Target system query to check for new/updated items can be fully customized

Building

To build the LeanKit Integration Service from source, you will need the following:

* If you do not need support for Visual Studio Online or Team Foundation Server, you can remove references to IntegrationService.Targets.TFS from your projects.

Configuring node.js

  • Download and install node.js. Allow node.js to be added to your PATH.
  • From a command line, execute the following commands:
npm install -g grunt
npm install -g grunt-cli
  • From a command line, change to the IntegrationService/Build directory and execute:
npm install

This will read the package.json file and install additional dependencies for building the project.

Questions?

Visit support.leankit.com.

Copyright

Copyright © 2013-2014 LeanKit Inc.

License

LeanKit Integration Service is licensed under MIT. Refer to license.txt for more information.