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Use this integration to exchange files with your Git Lab repository. As soon as the integration is set up, you can pull the files by using the Lokalise web dashboard. There will be also an incoming webhook set up, which you may use to automatically pull the files as they are pushed to Git Lab by your developer team. Once the translations are done, you can trigger the creation of a pull (merge) request when exporting. Navigate to project settings Integrations and click Connect under the Git Lab badge. You will need to generate and copy/paste a personal access token from Git Lab. To achieve that, proceed to Git Lab, click on your avatar in the top right corner and click Settings. Return to Lokalise and paste your token into the Personal access token field. Also enter Host URL (usually it's just https://gitlab.com). After doing that, you will be able to choose the Repository and Branch to pull from. You must specify the platform of the files stored in this repo. As you export files from Lokalise, you can trigger the Git Lab integration to create pull requests to repositories with a platform related to the exported file format. It is important to decide whether you would like the filenames to include a full path. It is not needed in most cases, as you can configure the directory structure prefix at the pull request creation (export) step. However, when you have similar files in different subfolders, e.g. admin/and frontend/locale.json, you need to enable the Include path in the filenames option. Keep in mind that if you already have files uploaded to the project, including a path in the filenames at this step would mean that you are uploading different files. Browse the selected project and select the files you want to pull and import. In most cases, in this step you would only need to select the base language files (the files that are being modified locally and then pushed to Git Lab). After selecting a file, you must set the language of the file in the dropdown menu. As we recommend keeping all platform files within the same project, you may want to set up other repositories that apply to the same project. Use the Pull now button on the integration page (in project settings When you are satisfied with the initial pull results, it is a good idea to set up a webhook at Git Lab which automates pulling the changes to Lokalise as you push to Git Lab. In Git Lab, navigate to your repository settings Copy/paste the Auto-pull URL provided in the Lokalise integration config into the URL field. As the translations are being completed, Lokalise can create the pull requests with the exported files, which you can then merge to a selected branch. Also paste the Auto-pull secret generated on the integration page into the Secret token field. In order to create a pull request, you need to perform a project export with the Git Lab trigger enabled. It is a good idea to use the Preview button first, so you can see the resulting file/folder structure before triggering the creation of a pull request. We would recommend triggering pull requests only to the repos of the platform that match the file type you are exporting, i.e. if you are exporting in a JSON format, Lokalise will only create pull requests in repositories with the Web platform. To actually create a pull request on Git Lab, you should press Build only (this way you won't download a translations bundle to your local PC). To check the status of the pull request creation, return to the Bitbucket integration page and click the Logs button. Use this integration to exchange files with your Git Lab repository. As soon as the integration is set up, you can pull the files by using the Lokalise web dashboard. There will be also an incoming webhook set up, which you may use to automatically pull the files as they are pushed to Git Lab by your developer team. Once the translations are done, you can trigger the creation of a pull (merge) request when exporting. Navigate to project settings Integrations and click Connect under the Git Lab badge. You will need to generate and copy/paste a personal access token from Git Lab. To achieve that, proceed to Git Lab, click on your avatar in the top right corner and click Settings. Return to Lokalise and paste your token into the Personal access token field. Also enter Host URL (usually it's just https://gitlab.com). After doing that, you will be able to choose the Repository and Branch to pull from. You must specify the platform of the files stored in this repo. As you export files from Lokalise, you can trigger the Git Lab integration to create pull requests to repositories with a platform related to the exported file format. It is important to decide whether you would like the filenames to include a full path. It is not needed in most cases, as you can configure the directory structure prefix at the pull request creation (export) step. However, when you have similar files in different subfolders, e.g. admin/and frontend/locale.json, you need to enable the Include path in the filenames option. Keep in mind that if you already have files uploaded to the project, including a path in the filenames at this step would mean that you are uploading different files. Browse the selected project and select the files you want to pull and import. In most cases, in this step you would only need to select the base language files (the files that are being modified locally and then pushed to Git Lab). After selecting a file, you must set the language of the file in the dropdown menu. As we recommend keeping all platform files within the same project, you may want to set up other repositories that apply to the same project. Use the Pull now button on the integration page (in project settings When you are satisfied with the initial pull results, it is a good idea to set up a webhook at Git Lab which automates pulling the changes to Lokalise as you push to Git Lab. In Git Lab, navigate to your repository settings Copy/paste the Auto-pull URL provided in the Lokalise integration config into the URL field. As the translations are being completed, Lokalise can create the pull requests with the exported files, which you can then merge to a selected branch. Also paste the Auto-pull secret generated on the integration page into the Secret token field. In order to create a pull request, you need to perform a project export with the Git Lab trigger enabled. It is a good idea to use the Preview button first, so you can see the resulting file/folder structure before triggering the creation of a pull request. We would recommend triggering pull requests only to the repos of the platform that match the file type you are exporting, i.e. if you are exporting in a JSON format, Lokalise will only create pull requests in repositories with the Web platform. To actually create a pull request on Git Lab, you should press Build only (this way you won't download a translations bundle to your local PC). To check the status of the pull request creation, return to the Bitbucket integration page and click the Logs button.

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