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Atlassian's JIRA is an issue tracking application that you can use to manage projects and associated work. You can integrate JIRA with FishEye by using the bundled Application Links plugin.

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Before You Begin

Configure your JIRA instance to enable sub-tasks and allow remote API access. We also recommend that you enable unassigned issues.

Integrating your JIRA Server with your FishEye Server

Note: The links in the instructions below point to the Application Links documentation.

To integrate your JIRA server with your FishEye server:

  1. Create an application link between JIRA and FishEye. See the Application Links documentation.
  2. Configure authentication for the new application link. See the Application Links documentation.
  3. Create project links for the mappings between your FishEye repositories and JIRA projects. See the Application Links documentation.
  4. If you want to show issues in your FishEye activity streams, go to your application links and click 'JIRA settings' next to your application link to the JIRA server. Tick the 'Include in Activity Streams' checkbox and click 'Save'.

(info) The Application Links Quick Start Guide provides an example of setting up an application link.

Known Issues

If you elect to use Trusted Applications for authentication with your JIRA server, activity streams will be generated using the currently logged in user. However JIRA project mapping and issue key linking (including the associated "hovering" content) will be retrieved using the user specified on the JIRA server configuration page in the FishEye administration section.

We are working towards supporting Trusted Applications for issue key linking and project mapping. If this issue is important to you, please vote for CRUC-1910.

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