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Checking your commit and tag signature verification status

You can check the verification status of your commit and tag signatures on GitHub Enterprise.

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Checking your commit signature verification status

  1. On GitHub Enterprise, navigate to your pull request.
  2. En la solicitud de extracción, da clic en Confirmaciones.
    Pestaña de confirmaciones en una solicitud de extracción
  3. Next to your commit's abbreviated commit hash, there is a box that shows whether your commit signature is verified or unverified.
    Signed commit
  4. To view more detailed information about the commit signature, click Verified or Unverified.
    Verified signed commit

If your commit signature is unverified, you can learn more about why by clicking the Unverified box. Unverified signed commit

Checking your tag signature verification status

  1. En GitHub Enterprise, visita la página principal del repositorio.

  2. A la derecha de la lista de archivos, da clic en Releases o Latest release.

    Sección de lanzamientos en la barra lateral de lado derecho

  3. At the top of the Releases page, click Tags.

    Tags page

  4. Next to your tag description, there is a box that shows whether your tag signature is verified or unverified.

    verified tag signature

  5. To view more detailed information about the tag signature, click Verified or Unverified. If your tag signature is unverified, you can learn more about why by clicking the Unverified box.

    Verified signed tag

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