This integration will allow you to link a Raygun error group to a new or existing JIRA issue.
On this page:
Raygun allows you to connect your JIRA instance via OAuth which removes the requirement of entering a username and password into Raygun.
- In Raygun, on the application sidebar, click Integrations, then JIRA OAuth:
- Click the Setup tab, then setup your JIRA instance as per the onscreen instructions - there's a bit involved here. Then enter your JIRA URL and press 'Go'. You'll be forwded onto JIRA to authenticate your account.
- Choose a project and task type for Raygun to use when communication with JIRA:
- Make sure 'Enabled' is ticked
- Click 'Save Changes', and you're done!
- You need an Application Link per Raygun Application setup in JIRA
- You can't use the standard JIRA integration and JIRA OAuth integrations at the same time - the one you're not using will be disabled.
Create a webhook in JIRA
By using a webhook, resolving issues in JIRA will also resolve the linked Raygun error groups. Here's how to create a webhook in Jira so you can get those error groups resolved in no time!
- Login to JIRA and ensure you are a project administrator
- Click to the cog icon next to your avatar
- Click on 'System'
- Click on 'WebHooks', located on the left sidebar under the 'Advanced' section
- Click on the 'Create a WebHook' button
- Give your webhook a name
- Set the status to 'Enabled'
- In the 'URL', copy and paste the 'JIRA Webhook URL' found in your Raygun Jira Setup tab
- For the 'Events' checkboxes, check the 'updated' checkbox under 'Issue'
- Click 'Save'
Learn more about JIRA webhooks