JIRA Integration - How to Use

# Description

If you specifically need to integrate JIRA mapping into JunoOne, follow these steps:

  1. Create a JIRA account and find/create a project where you will perform testing and manage bugs/tasks
  2. Enter your JIRA login to JunoOne: Projects >> Settings >> Ticketing system:
    • Connecting section: 
      • Issue tracker: Jira (server)
      • URL address: root JIRA URL, e.g. https://jira.XXX.com
      • Project (Key): fill in the name of your project in capitals based on the JIRA project URL address

      • User: your JIRA username - these credentials are a default setting for connection to JIRA project (e.g. username: Testing Squad 1), if you need a specific login for you as a tester, your JIRA project will appear in My Profile settings (once you fill in your own JIRA credentials there, every bug and task created in JunoOne will get created in JIRA under your own JIRA account name and not under the general name e.g. Testing Squad 1)
      • Password: your JIRA password / in case you select the issue tracker as "JIRA (cloud)", generate an API key in JIRA (JIRA guide here) and use it instead of a password

      • NOTE: using the API key via JIRA (cloud) is the preferred option to choose. If you're using JIRA (server) and fill in a wrong password in JunoOne, JIRA understands it as an issue. You need to re-log in JIRA, check the "I'm not a robot" field and then fix the password in JunoOne.

  3. Configure the JIRA mapping in JunoOne Mapping section below the Connecting section - once you log in via your credentials, JunoOne will provide dropdown lists with options from your JIRA project:
    • Range of synchronization:
      • Full - there is no limitation of which items are being synchronized
      • Limited - restrict the synced items based on the label which you enter in the field - the same label name must be used in JIRA

    • Issue Type - JunoOne will offer JIRA name options in the dropdown lists - select the correct JIRA name for a bug and a task

    • Priority - select the correct JIRA priority names to be mapped for JunoOne priorities (Low, Medium, High, Critical)

    • Bug states - select the correct JIRA names for bug status

    • Task states - select the correct JIRA names for task status

  4. If you need custom fields to be added to the bug and task creation in JunoOne, select the fields based on your needs:
    • Sprint
    • Epic Link
    • Epic Name
  5. Save your mapping.
  6. From now on, if you create a bug or a task in JunoOne, it will automatically get created in your JIRA project as well.


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