The application settings are stored in a Jira-specific storage for apps called - Plugin Settings. It is a table that allows the App to store data.
Jigit stores data for each rule in a separate entry.
The API key is not encrypted, which means that a person who has access to the database can potentially get the key; because of this, we advise using read_api scope for the token.
Read-only scope is enough for uni-directional integration (Jira queries Git system). However, if you plan to use the development panel, you will need write permissions to create the feature branches.
The Jigit app does NOT access the source code.
The Jigit app does NOT send any data outside. As a result, we do not have any analytics and do not know how you may use the app.
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