Open a pull request

Learn how to open a pull request in a code pipeline.

Supernova will open a new or append an existing pull request in GitHub on a branch called supernova/[exporter name]. Make sure there are no conflicting branch names before running the build.

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You will first need to authenticate with your GitHub account to allow Supernova to open a pull request on your behalf. You have two options for authentication:

  1. Sign in to GitHub with OAuth.
  2. Use a GitHub personal access token.

You can learn how to authenticate your GitHub account in Integrations.

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Once you have authenticated:

  1. When creating a pipeline, select Open GitHub pull request as the delivery method.
  2. Select where you would like to open the pull request — choose the connection (OAuth or personal access token), an organizationprojectrepositorybranch, and optionally a relative path
  3. Click Create pipeline.

Configuration options

Connection: The authentication method you would like to use for this hook (OAuth or personal access token).

Organization: Your GitHub organization.

Repository: The GitHub repository you would like to use.

Branch: The branch where the pull request will be opened.

Relative path (optional): Path relative to the repository root to which code will be exported.

We will open a new or append an existing pull request on a branch called  supernova / [exporter-name]. Make sure there are no conflicting branch names before running the build.For detailed information on code delivery, please refer to Automation in the developer documentation.