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Configuring User Mappings

User mappings state the relationship between Netsparker and the integrations in use. If you want to assign an issue to a user in one of Issue Tracking Systems, you must first add a user mapping for that integration. This enables Netsparker to recognize the user in that integration space.

For example, if you want to assign an issue in JIRA to a developer who pushed a commit to Jenkins CI:

  • You must declare two mappings – one for Jenkins and another for JIRA. This ensures that Netsparker matches the Jenkins user to the Netsparker user.
  • Once you define the mappings, you can then configure the Assigned To property in the New Integration window for that developer. If a developer's commit later creates a vulnerability, then after a scan, that vulnerability will be assigned to the same developer.

User Mappings must be unique. If you attempt to add a user mapping which has the same Integration System and user as an existing mapping, you will encounter an error.

You can add as many user mappings as you want. Users with Administrator permissions will be able to manage all other team members' user mappings.

For further information, see What Systems Does Netsparker Integrate With?.

How to Configure a User Mapping

  1. From the Integrations menu, click New User Mapping. The User Mapping window is displayed.

  1. From the Integration System field, select the relevant system.
  2. In the Integration User field, enter the username used in the system you selected above.
  3. From the Netsparker Enterprise User dropdown, select the relevant username.
  4. Click Save.

How to Clone a User Mapping

  1. From the main menu, click Integrations, then Manage User Mappings. The User Mappings window is displayed.

  1. Next to the relevant user mapping, click Clone. The New User Mapping window is displayed.
  2. Complete the fields (see How to Configure a User Mapping).
  3. Click Save.

How to Edit a User Mapping

  1. From the main menu, click Integrations, then Manage User Mappings. The User Mapping window is displayed.
  2. Next to the relevant user mapping, click Edit. The Update User Mapping window is displayed.
  3. Complete the fields (see How to Configure a User Mapping).
  4. Click Save.

How to Delete a User Mapping

  1. From the main menu, click Integrations, then Manage User Mappings. The User Mappings window is displayed.
  2. Next to the relevant user mapping, click Delete. The Delete User Mapping dialog is displayed.
  3. Click Delete.
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