JIRA 2

Authorization of JIRA Software

Before connecting JIRA Software to Azuqua, please ask your JIRA administrator to ensure that the “Accept Remote API calls” option has been turned on in the system admin screen.

  1. Enter in an Account Nickname. This should be unique so you can authorize multiple JIRA accounts and tell them apart.
  2. Your JIRA Username and Password.
  3. Enter your Instance URL. i.e. “yourcompany.atlassian.net”. Do not include the “https//:”
  4. Click “Create” to save your configuration.

NOTE: If you change your JIRA password, you will need to update all of your connections to use the new password. For help doing that, see View and Manage Connections. JIRA automatically locks you out of the API if 4 calls are made with old or incorrect passwords. If any active FLOs attempt to use your old password, all calls will fail (even those that use the correct credentials) and you will have to change your password to regain API access.

Events:

  • Issue Deleted - Start FLO when an issue is deleted (webhook method)
  • Issue Transitioned - Start FLO when an issue is transitioned from one status to another (webhook method)
  • Issue Updated - Start FLO when an existing issue is updated (webhook method)
  • Issue Updated - Polling - Start FLO when an existing issue is updated (polling method)
  • New Comment - Start FLO when a comment is added to an issue (webhook method)
  • New Issue - Start FLO when a new issue is created (webhook method)
  • New Issue - Polling - Start FLO when a new issue is created (polling method)
  • New Project - Start FLO when a project is created (webhook method)
  • New Work Log Entry - Start FLO when work is logged on an issue (webhook method)
  • Project Updated - Start FLO when a project is updated (webhook method)

Actions:

  • Add Issue to Sprint - Add one or more issues to a sprint by ID or key (max 50 per request)
  • Build Issue Object - Build an issue object for use with "Create Issues"
  • Create Comment - Add a new comment to an issue
  • Create Issue - Create a new issue
  • Create Issues - Create multiples issues at once
  • Create Project - Create a new project
  • Create Sprint - Create a new sprint in an agile project board
  • Delete Issue - Delete an issue using the issue key or ID
  • Delete Project - Delete a project using the project key or ID
  • Delete Sprint - Delete a sprint using the ID (Note: only future sprints can be deleted)
  • Download Attachment - Download an attachment using the attachment ID
  • Dynamic Auth Custom API Action - Make a custom API request to the JIRA API with dynamic authentication
  • Edit Sprint - Update the details of a sprint using the ID
  • HTTP Request - Make an authenticated HTTP request to the JIRA API
  • List Issues - List all issues for a certain project
  • List Projects - List all projects available to the current user
  • List Work Logs - List all work logs for an issue using the key or ID
  • Log Work - Log work on an issue
  • Read Issue - Read details about an issue using the key or ID
  • Read Project - Read details about a project using the key or ID
  • Read Sprint - Read details about a sprint using the sprint ID
  • Read Sprint Issues - Read a list of all issues assigned to a sprint
  • Read User - Read details about a user using their key
  • Search Issues - Search for one or more issues that match provided fields
  • Search Issues by JQL - Search for issues with a JQL query
  • Search Projects - Search for one or more projects that match provided fields
  • Search Projects by Issue - Search for a project by an existing issue's key or ID
  • Search Users - Search for one or more users by name, username, or email address
  • Transition Issue - Transition an issue to a different status (To-Do, In Progress, Done, etc.)
  • Update Issue - Update the details of an issue using the issue key or ID
  • Update Project - Update the details of a project
  • Upload Attachment - Upload a file and attach it to an issue