Requirements to connect Jira with the piplanning app
- You need to allow incoming connections from the piplanning-app to your Jira on port 80/443 (REST-API)
- The authentication against your Jira can happen with oAuth (cloud) or Basic-auth (on-prem). We recommend to create a dedicated service-user in Jira for the connection.
- We only support Jira project of the type "classic" (no next-gen support)
- Your Jira shoould to respond to requests relatively fast (~ < 3 seconds)
If you are concerned about the impact which the piplanning-app can have to your Jira, read here: Impact on Jira when connected to the piplanning app
Q: Our Jira is behind a firewall. To sync with the piplanning-app we want to allow incoming requests for a certain IP-range. From what IP's will the requests to our Jira come from?
A: Whitelist: 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199, 188.8.131.52
- Connection to Jira
- Add Webhook to Jira
- Jira Team Mapping
- Jira Team Boards Sync
- Jira Backlog Board Sync
- Jira Link Sync
- Jira Iteration Mapping
- Kanban Teams