I, @fbartho am the current maintainer of GitHub - apollographql/apollo-link-rest: Use existing REST endpoints with GraphQL
This repo has a codecov.yaml file, so I went to codecov.io to try to see why we weren’t getting codecov reports. Looking in the Codecov Dashboard panels, I can see that the Github Org ApolloGraphQL has authorized Codecov for access to its repos. Great news!
Then I went to find the repo, and it wasn’t in Enabled repos, and not in “Not yet setup Repos”
I clicked re-sync and this problem didn’t resolve itself
Since the ApolloGraphQL org has authorized Codecov.io I’d love to figure out why this isn’t working!
N/A GitHub - apollographql/apollo-link-rest: Use existing REST endpoints with GraphQL
I’m before this point.
I would expect to see status for this repo that would tell me something about what’s going wrong.
Can’t see the repo.
@fbartho, strange, I think we might have outdated data on your account. Would you be able to
- Log out of Codecov
- Delete all *.codecov.io and *.codecov.com cookies
- Log back into Codecov
Let me know if you are still unable to see the organization which should show up in the dropdown on Codecov:
I followed your instructions, deleting my cookies for both *.codecov.io and *.codecov.com
After logging back in, and hitting resync / clicking around, I still don’t see the ApolloGraphQL org under all-my-orgs.
When I check org-access, I see this:
So the organization has enabled access to codecov, – at least as far as I can tell.
@fbartho can you confirm that you are an admin for the
@fbartho I noticed that sometimes the integration gets in a strange state. Can you try revoking access and re-installing?
Unfortunately @Tom, I’m not org Admin for ApolloGraphQL’s github. And I don’t know if the integration is working for other people — there are many repos in ApolloGraphQL that are maintained by independent groups, so I don’t know if I would be breaking anybody else’s flow.
Obviously, I’m a fan of codecov, but I also tried to use it, because it already had permissions configured in the org.
Does that sound like there’s anything I can do as a single-repo-maintainer to complete your suggestion?
Got it @fbartho. Sorry this is a bit of a pain, but we match with GitHub permission sets and ownership.
The reason you don’t see the organization is likely you are not a member of
apollographql, even though you are an owner? of the
You should be able to access the repository’s pages and settings (based on your permission set) here.
Does this make sense, and am I missing anything?