Importing data from VersionOne
Unfortunately, right now we don't have a built-in JIRA importer for data from VersionOne. But it is still possible to perform a two-stage import using VersionOne's CSV export mechanisms.
How to export data from VersionOne into a CSV file
In order to create a CSV file you need to use the VersionOne's custom reporting. Custom reporting allows you to perform an export to different file formats, including CSV. Refer to VersionOne's documentation for help on how to use custom reporting and exporting to CSV. Save the resulting file.
How to import CSV data back to JIRA
If you want to create issues as well as projects, users, etc. please refer to our CSV importer help. If you don't have administrative privileges in JIRA, you can also import CSV data into a single project through the user CSV importer, if enabled. In both cases, the importer wizards will guide you through the steps of mapping fields and values and validating the data before the import.
If you are looking for an easier solution
The import through CSV has some limitations. If the results are not satisfactory, there are complete third party solutions available which might help you. Please check out the JIRA Connector for ConnectALL from Go2Group on Atlassian Marketplace.
You can also contact your local Atlassian Expert for help.
Why do we have this page?
We are tracking the visits to this page. The intensity of visits will help us prioritize the work on the next set of JIRA importers. It will not help you today, but think of yourself as of a democratic voter who will change the future of JIRA. And for that we thank you.