Jira Service Management Connection¶
Jira Service Management on Connect iPaaS uses Basic Authentication.
Please refer to the document Basic auth for rest APIs to know more about Basic Authentication in Jira Service Management.
|ADMINISTER||Users with this permission can perform most administration tasks, except managing users, importing and exporting data, and editing system email settings|
To watch for the events in trigger, user should have
The account you use for establishing the connection needs the
basic permissions to access the entities in action except for the two actions that are Add User to Group and Remove User from Group. These two actions need the
The permissions which user need can vary on basis of entity they want to access.
|ASSIGNABLE_USER||Ability to be assigned to issues|
|ADD_COMMENTS||Ability to add comments to an issue|
|ADMINISTER_PROJECTS||Ability to administer projects|
|ASSIGN_ISSUES||Ability to assign issues to users|
|CREATE_ISSUES||Ability to create issues|
|CREATE_PROJECT||Ability to create project|
|EDIT_ISSUES||Ability to edit issues|
|DELETE_ISSUES||Ability to delete issues|
Learn here about all permissions which user can have to access entities.
Link Jira Service Management account on Connect iPaaS¶
Step 1. Specify your Jira
What is the Site URL?¶
When you open your Jira Service Management account on the browser, you can find the Jira Site URL as
Step 2 Enter your Jira Service Management Username which is generally your email Id.
Step 3 Enter your Jira Service Management Auth Token
How to get Auth Token?¶
Login to your Jira Service Management Console.
Create API token.Figure 2. API Token generation for Jira Service Management
From the dialog that appears, enter Label which can be any name you want to give for your token, and click
Click Copy, then paste the token on Connect iPaas.Figure 3. API Token for Jira Service Management