Environment Matrix: click on the version labels to open the Environment Details dialog.
Environment Browser: click on the Environment you want to edit from the left menu.
Environment List: in order to open the Environment Details dialog, click on the Environment Name, double-click on an Environment line, or use the “Edit Environment” option in the Actions menu.
Last Deployments & Last Status Changes: click on the Environment Name on each Swimlane to open the Environment Details dialog.
Once you are in the Environment Details, move the cursor on the field you want to edit and click on the pencil icon next to it:
Attributes can be updated or removed using the icons on the right:
If you need to add new Attributes, refer to the Environment Attributes section.
Delete an Environment
You can delete Environments from the Environment Details dialog.
Move the cursor on the Environment Name in order to show the “Delete” link.
Environments can also be deleted from the Environment List view, using the Actions menu.
Create Environment Attributes
Access the Attributes page from the Settings menu:
You need to have Manage Attributes global permission in order to perform operations on attributes.
Learn more about Security & Permissions
Click on the Add Attribute button to create a new attribute:
Create as many attributes as you need to document the configuration of your Environments. Think about what information is useful for your Jira users. If you have many attributes, use the "Filter displayed attributes..." search box to find them quickly.
With the "Secured" option, your attribute is restricted:
Only users with the View Secured Attributes or Edit Secured Attributes permissions will be able to use them.
More information: Security & Permissions
Secured attributes are useful in order to store URLs to access to admin console, e-mail address of the Environment owner, information about dataset and environment setup, etc.
Set Environment Attributes
In order to set values for your Environment Attributes, open the Environment detail screen and click on the “Edit Attributes” button, or on the pencil icon, next to an Attribute.
Select the Attribute you want to set for your current Environment, set an initial value and click on "Add" button. Repeat this operation as many times as needed.
Once an Attribute is set, you can Edit or Delete its value using the Pencil or Trash icon, next to it.
When you are done, click on the "Done" button to save your modifications and close the edit popup.
When you insert URLs or e-mail addresses into your attribute's value, they will be automatically detected, truncated and formatted as HTML links.
Line breaks are also automatically detected and converted to be displayed properly.