You can import tasks from your Jira instance using
jira service name.
Install the following package using
Here’s an example of a jira project:
[my_issue_tracker] service = jira jira.base_uri = https://bug.tasktools.org jira.username = ralph jira.password = OMG_LULZ
base_uri must not have a trailing slash.
The above example is the minimum required to import issues from Jira. You can also feel free to use any of the configuration options described in Common Service Configuration Options or described in Service Features below.
Specify the Query to Use for Gathering Issues¶
By default, the JIRA plugin will include any issues that are assigned to you
but do not yet have a resolution set, but you can fine-tune the query used
for gathering issues by setting the
For example, to select issues assigned to ‘ralph’ having a status that is not ‘closed’ and is not ‘resolved’, you could add the following configuration option:
jira.query = assignee = ralph and status != closed and status != resolved
This query needs to be modified accordingly to the literal values of your Jira instance; if the name contains any character, just put it in quotes, e.g.
jira.query = assignee = ‘firstname.lastname’ and status != Closed and status != Resolved and status != Done
Jira v4 Support¶
If you happen to be using a very old version of Jira, add the following configuration option to your service configuration:
jira.version = 4
Do Not Verify SSL Certificate¶
If you want to ignore verifying the SSL certificate, set:
jira.verify_ssl = False
password is specified as
@kerberos, the service plugin will try
to authenticate against server with kerberos. A ticket must be already present
on the client (created by running
kinit or any other method).
Provided UDA Fields¶
||Issue ID||Text (string)|