Access the Global Settings
For managing the Golive Global Settings, click on the “Global Settings” menu entry:
You must be Jira or Apwide Administrator to update the Golive Global Settings
More information: Security & Permissions
In the “Jira Projects” tab, you can centrally manage Golive configurations of all your Jira projects:
Show Golive Project Page by default
Use this option to show or completely hide Golive Project Page and Golive Issue Panel by default:
when a Jira Project is not already configured by Golive
when creating a new Jira Project
Show Home Screen by default
If this option is activated, the Home Screen will be displayed by default when opening a Golive Page.
Show Environments Issue Panel by default
Show or hide Golive Issue Panel by default for Jira Project not already configured by Golive.
Specific configuration at Jira Project level
You can override the default settings at each Jira Project level:
Show Project Page
Use this toggle to show or completely hide Golive Project Page for issues of the selected project.
Show Home Screen
If this option is activated, the Home Screen will be displayed by default when opening the Golive Page of the selected project.
Show Environments Issue Panel
Use this toggle to show or completely hide Golive Issue Panel for issues of the selected project.
You can update the applications mapped with the selected project.
Enabling Golive on specific Jira Projects
If you want to start using Golive on specific projects without impacting other ones, we recommend to hide Golive Project Page and the Environment Issue Panel by default and to make them visible only in specific Jira Projects.
In order to do that, follow these steps:
Open the global settings menu
Disable the “Show Golive Page & Panel by default” toggle
Enable the “Golive Page & Panel” for specific projects
In the “Security” tab, you can change the XSS Sanitization Mode. This option gives you the possibility to select which sanitization you want apply on HTML fields such as attribute values.
“Validation” and “Explicit Sanitization” will block users from saving invalid content, asking them to correct it. If sanitization was disabled during a period of time and invalid content is stored, “Validation” will display invalid content as-is, while “Explicit Sanitization” will sanitize the content before displaying it.
“Silent Sanitization” will always clean what users save, without notification.
“No XSS protection” will completely disable XSS protection and it will expose you to XSS attack!
You can find more information about Cross Site Scripting (XSS) on OWASP website.
Main Menu Label
By default, the Golive menu displayed in the Jira navigation bar is labelled "Golive". In the “Preferences” tab, you can change this label. For instance, you can name it “Environments”.
Before version 8.5, the app was using the "Legacy" date mode
Default Date Mode
If no time information is provided, the time of a Start Date will always be set at the beginning of the day and the time of an End Date will always be set at the end of the day. This means that an Event starting and finishing on the same date will have a duration of 1 day (recommended settings).
Legacy Date Mode
if no time information is provided, the time of both Start and End Date will be set at the beginning of the day. This means that an Event starting and finishing on the same date will have no duration and will be considered as a milestone (default behaviour before Golive 8.5)