@amichel - Thanks, glad you like it!
I am currently working on "Project JIRA" 2.0 which will include 2 new connectors that will take place of the current JIRA connector. I'm using the new HTML/SDK to build both a new JIRA Input tool, as well as a new JIRA Output tool that will allow you to create JIRA tasks as well as update existing ones, given the issue's key. No idea on timeframe as of now (got a baby boy coming any day now!) but I'm setting some time in Q1 2018 as a personal goal 🙂
Thanks for creating and sharing this Jira connector. Unfortunately in our company we still use an old version of Alteryx 10.5 and when I try to use the version that I can download from here, I get an error message 😞
Is there any way to make it work or get a version of the connector that works on 10.5 ?
Thanks in advance!
Still pretty excited for JIRA Connector 2.0 🙂
I did have a question for you... does the connector currently support (or maybe in 2.0) ability to grab the sprint values? Once I pull in the data to Alteryx, I want to filter out stories that are actively being worked on in the current Sprint so I can get a true assessment weekly of the stories that we have outstanding in the backlog. Appreciate to hear from you.
Thanks for the macro! I need to connect my Alteryx flow to a Jira view (which is a project with applied filters to make the view more specific). However, this macro (JIRA connecotr) does not get connected to my specific view. As a work around, I chose the overarching project but the problem is that even when I choose the higher level project (with no filter applied) I cannot see all the fields I have in my own view (filter) in the fields that JIRA connectors brings in to the Alteryx flow with the standard-formatted fields option. Thee are some missing fields. Alternatively, when I use the kitchen-sink, it brings thousands of fields that are overwhelming. Is there anyway that I can directly connect my Alteryx view to the URL of my JIRA view which is a filtered view of a more comprehensive project?
@mortezaforoutan I'm working on a new version of this connector that should allow you to pull issues based on saved filters. However, I'm not sure about saved views. Can you share an example of your view's URL? For instance, one of my saved filters yields the following URL:
That filter actually has a semantic name and such in the UI, which I'll integrate into the new connector:
A select option for the user's saved filter:
Alteryx Support [https://jira.bcbsnc.com/issues/?filter=28613]
Furthermore, I did notice that when looking at issues based on saved filters, users can define their Default Columns. Is this what you're looking for?
I'll definitely look into integrating "my default fields" as an option in the new connector, as well. I'm struggling to find free time to work on it, but hope to have it done in the next couple of weeks.
First of all: Thanks a lot for that connector. It's been a great help already.
I have already successfully used the connector for a JIRA instance using basic authentication. However, I'm challenged now with a case of a Okta Single-Sign-On solution. I assume that this will be using OAuth. I was excited to read here that you were trying to find a solution for that as well. Do you have any update on that or did it turn out to be too complicated doing this with Alteryx?
Would just like to get a feeling if it's worth investing time into that.
Thanks a lot again,
This connector works very well, thank you. I'm pulling a project that has over 10,000 issues (10,700) to be exact. I'm able to pull the first 10,000 in 2 groups, 0 - 5000 and 5001 - 10,000. Is it possible to change the limits to allow to pull 10,001 - 11,000 for example?
Hi, That is a very great connector, but unfortunately I am not able to add it to macros. I have put all 3 files (download file + 2 extracted file) in my macro connected folder. Is there any setting / update required? I am using Alteryx version 11.5.1.