Commit Labels

Commit Labels: Overview

A Commit Label helps to label a commit. For example, changes related to a user story or task, etc. can be placed under a specific label. The main advantage of creating a commit label is to reuse the labels and perform many commits under it.

Creating a Commit Label

  1. Log in to your AutoRABIT account.

  2. Hover your mouse over the Version Control module and click on the Change Labels > Commit Labels or go directly to the Change Labels tab and select Commit Labels from the dropdown.The Commit Labels screen is best viewed when the zoom setting is set to 75% on your Chrome/Firefox browser.

  1. Next, click on Create Commit Label button.

  1. On the next dialog box that appears, give the commit label a name for your reference. Also, include brief information about the label created in the Description box. Select your VC Repository, its mapped Branch, and the Label Type for which you want to create a commit label. Click OK.

  1. The commit label will be displayed under the Commit Label tabs along with other commit labels.

  1. Now, whenever you perform a merge or commit using the previously created commit label, a revision number generates. These revision details are available on the right side of your commit label.

  1. Click on the ... icon to view detailed info about the revision of the commit label created. The info includes revision creation date, revision committed by, revision number, and components.

Filtering the Commit Labels

Use the Advanced Search filter option to fetch any specific commit label faster.

Filter the commit labels via:

  1. Branch: Filter the commit labels based on the Version Control Repository/ Branch for which the commit label is registered.

  2. Label Type: Filter the commit labels by Label type, e.g., Salesforce Label or Vlocity Label.

  3. Label: Filter the commit labels by name.

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