This page will show you how to create a Jira issue from a Salesforce Object.
By creating a Jira issue from Salesforce, you can easily communicate with teams in Jira by bringing the same information from the Salesforce object to a Jira issue.
For example, when a Salesforce agent needs to escalate a Case to the development team in Jira, they can create the Jira issue from inside the Case and:
- Set the Jira issue priority to 'High', matching the Case's priority 'High'.
- Set the Jira issue component to 'UI', matching the Case Reason 'Installation'.
- Review the information being sent to Jira, prior to creating the Jira issue.
- Your administrator has completed a project binding as well as entity and field mappings in Jira.
- Your administrator has configured the Visualforce pages required for the Object.
Creating a Jira Issue
1. In a Salesforce object, click Associate/Create.
2. The Associate/Create Jira Issue pop-up window will appear.
3. Click Create Jira Issue and the Create Jira Issue pop-up window will appear.
4. Choose the desired Jira Project and Issue Type. All field and value mappings set by your administrator will be used to create the Jira issue.
You can choose to toggle the following options:
- View Only - Manual and automatic synchronization will be disabled
- Auto Pull - Changes to the association Jira issue will be pulled automatically to this object
- Auto Push - Changes to this object will be pushed automatically to associated Jira issues given respective triggers are installed
5. You may also choose what to do after the Jira issue is created by choosing from the following options:
Pull from Jira
- You can always add, edit or delete the values if you need. See Notes on Supported Fields for more information.
- Upon successful creation, Issue created successfully message will be shown.
Notes on supported fields
The Review & Create dialog box will perform the following actions:
- It will render fields that appear in the original Create Issue dialog in Jira, respective to the project and issue type selected.
- It will show fields regardless mapped or not.
- It will automatically populate the field value if it's part of the value mapping set by your administrator.
- It will render fields of these types:
- Text fields like Summary and Description
- Select lists
- Radio buttons
- Date Time
- It will render the following fields in the following order (after which, any other fields would be rendered in no specific order):
- epic name