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    Instantly track development for Jira issues by adding information from Azure Pipelines

    Instantly track development for Jira issues by adding information from Azure Pipelines

    Instantly track development for Jira issues by adding information from Azure Pipelines

    View pipelines information in Jira Software

    Track associated Jira issues in Azure Pipelines

    Integrate with multiple Azure DevOps orgs

    End-to-end development cycle tracked in Jira issues.

    Accurately know the associated Jira issues in each build and deployment

    Connect multiple Azure DevOps organizations with Jira to help all your teams.

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    Azure Pipelines enable you to continuously build, test and deploy to any platform or cloud. You can have flexible workflows, advanced deployment scenarios like approvals and gates, and use marketplace extensions to support anything you need in your pipelines. You can use hosted Windows, Linux and Mac agents to execute your pipelines.

    This plugin connects Jira Software with Azure Pipelines, enabling full tracking of how and when an issue is delivered.

    It unlocks the following functionalities

    • View release status in development section of Jira issues with links to Azure Pipelines.
    • View issues in release pipelines with deep links back to Jira. Simply get accurate release notes for each deployment.

    NOTE: This plugin is currently Jira Cloud only, as the APIs we depend on are only available in Jira Cloud. When those APIs become available in Jira Server this extension will work there too.

    Also, the plugin works only for GitHub and Azure Repos. Bitbucket support will be added later.

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    by Rost Zaika on 2019-12-03
    Ok, so I have already bitbucket integration, which works just fine when I use issue keys. Today I connected Jira to Azure DevOps, using this app, following it's guide. I connected the organization here and enabled "notify jira" option on my release pipeline. After committing on Bitbucket with the issue key, which triggers devops pipeline and release I don't see any indication of the release on the issue dev panel. I do see the commit info just fine. There is no way for me to know what gone wrong. The interface is very very limited (besides adding organization there is no controls). It's a very disappointing experience given that the authors are 2 very large technology providers. Rating it down!
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    by Bruno Rodrigues on 2019-11-19
    We're not able to find our Jira cloud account on the azure pipelines. Please check the open ticket on github -- https://github.com/microsoft/azure-pipelines-jira/issues/26
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    by Paul Story on 2019-11-11
    Azure Devops is a very solid build solution but Azure Pipelines for Jira has some big whiffs. I want to be able to track the release status of my ticket, so my CTO can see if they're in Development, Testing, or Production. Unfortunately, this solution doesn't work for bitbucket. So, this app doesn't work for me. If I check the release, I can look at the commits tab (blank) and it'll show that it only supports Azure Git, TFS, or Github. How do you not support bitbucket for a Jira integration?
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    by Lou Bevilacqua on 2019-11-08
    I've set this up and configured my release stages to correspond to a certain environment in Azure Pipelines, but when it gets posted to JIRA under the "Releases" tab all of the environments are defined as "Undefined Environment"
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    Azure DevOps

    Thanks for reporting. This is a regression that happened with Azure Pipelines. We have made a fix and it will be rolled out soon. In the meantime, you can enable both "Report deployment status to Boards" and "Report deployment status to Jira" in the release pipeline to get the environment status reflected correctly.

    by Koen Jans on 2019-11-07
    Disappointed to find out this integration does not work with BitBucket. I expect lots of targeted users for this extension to be using either Atlassian's BitBucket or Microsoft's Azure GIT. By the name and documentation, I would expect it to work with Azure Pipelines + JIRA, independent of GitHub (or Azure Repos, which apparently is also supported now). Will retry once BitBucket support is available. (https://github.com/microsoft/azure-pipelines-jira/issues/7)
    2 out of 2 found this review helpful
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    Azure DevOps

    Thanks for the feedback,

    The app relies on the underlying capability in Azure Pipelines to track butbucket commits being deployed. The required feature is being implemented in the platform, targeted to Q1 of 2020. Once that is in place, we will update the app as well to work with bitbucket.

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    Versions

    Jira Cloud Released 2019-09-03

    Summary

    Integrate release pipelines with Jira software v2. Added support for Azure Repos

    Details

    v1.0.9 - This version adds the support for Azure Repos to the plugin.

    Previous version

    Azure Pipelines integration with Jira connects the two services, providing full tracking of how and when the value envisioned with an issue is delivered. Using the integration, teams can setup a tight development cycle from issue creation through release. Key development milestones for an issue can be tracked from Jira. Kindly take note of the following.

    • The current version supports tracking when GitHub or Azure repos are linked with Jira and deployed with Azure Pipelines.
    • The JIRA issue must be mentioned in commit message or PR title for the integration to work. Mentions in commit details and PR details do not work.

    Installation

    1. Log into your Jira instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Find new apps or Find new add-ons screen loads.
    3. Locate Azure Pipelines for Jira.
    4. Click Install to download and install your app.
    5. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

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