Send errors from Djaty to a Jira project.


Project owner permissions are required to install this integration.

1- Create an application link. Navigate to Jira Dashboard and follow the following steps:

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2- Create a public/secret key pair

$ openssl genrsa -out privkey.pem 2048
$ openssl rsa -pubout -in privkey.pem -out pubkey.pem

3- Open the pubkey.pem in a text editor, copy, paste the key into Public Key field and click Save:

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4- Navigate to Djaty dashboard > Settings > Project Manager Integrations.

5- Select Jira from the right vertical menu.

6- Fill in all required fields:

  • Project Key: It’s the short form to Jira Project Name which is used as a prefix of project’s issue keys. Example: DEMO.
  • Application URL: A full URL for the Jira project. Example: https://example.atlassian.net.
  • Authentication Modes: It decides how the admin will grant access to Djaty to allow submitting issues to the project. We support two modes:
    • OAuth: The authentication to Jira project will follow the OAuth protocol and the admin will be required to fill in public and private key fields.
    • BasicAuth: The authentication to the Jira project will use an E-mail and password for a member user at the Jira project. For this type of integration, it’s recommended to use a dedicated Djaty user created for the Jira project.

After successfully integrating with Jira, you can create new issues from our browser extension directly to Jira and you can also link reported bugs to Jira from the bug details page at Djaty dashboard.