Connect Jira issues to your software deployments

Connect Jira issues to your software deployments

Connect Jira issues to your software deployments

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The Jira integration allows Sleuth to use Jira as a deployment issue tracker. When you deploy, Sleuth will automatically connect your Jira issues to the deploys, so you can always find the source of your changes later. Direct links to related Jira projects are provided in the deploy cards, allowing you to quickly see the Jira issues that affect your deploys.

Once Jira is configured as the issue tracker, every time the Jira issue key is included in a deploy's commit message, Sleuth will automatically link that deploy with the corresponding issue in Jira.

With the integration complete, Sleuth will now connect your Jira issues or projects when you enter the issue key (e.g., SDEV-129) into your code deployment commit message. Connected issues will display in the Issues tab of a deployment card, which can be viewed by clicking the deploy's hash.

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Jira Cloud Released 2020-09-28

Summary

First class support for environments and tagging

Installation

  • How to Configure From within Sleuth, Click Integrations in the left sidebar, then click Issue Trackers.
  • In the Jira tile, click enable.
  • Enter the API Token, Username, and fully qualified URL of your Jira instance into the corresponding fields, then press Save. To quickly access your Jira instance to obtain an API key, click generate.
  • The Jira icon turns green and the message Jira is connected is displayed in the tile.
  • After setting up the Jira integration, you must designate which Sleuth project to use as the default issue tracker. If you are configuring the integration immediately after setting it up, you can go directly to step #2 below. To set the default issue tracker: 1. Click on Integrations in the left sidebar, then on Issue Trackers. 2. Click on the Jira Set default issue tracker dropdown. 3. All projects in the organization are displayed. Select which project you'd like to set Jira as the default issue tracker for. 4. Once the default project is chosen, you will be taken to the selected project's dashboard. With the integration complete, Sleuth will now connect your Jira issues or projects when you enter the issue key (e.g., SDEV-129) into your code deployment commit message. Connected issues will display in the Issues tab of a deployment card, which can be viewed by clickin the deploy's hash.

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