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gajira-login

Jira Login

Used to store credentials for later use by other Jira Actions

Only supports Jira Cloud. Does not support Jira Server (hosted)

This is required by other actions like:

  • Transition – Transition a Jira issue
  • Comment – Add a comment to a Jira issue
  • Create – Create a new Jira issue
  • Find issue key – Search for an issue key in commit message, branch name, etc. This issue key is then saved and used by the next actions in the same workflow
  • TODO – Create a Jira issue for each TODO comment in committed code
  • CLI – Wrapped go-jira CLI for common Jira actions

Usage

An example workflow to create a Jira issue for each //TODO in code:

on: push

name: Jira Example

jobs:
  build:
    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
    name: Jira Example
    steps:
    - name: Login
      uses: atlassian/gajira-login@v3
      env:
        JIRA_BASE_URL: ${{ secrets.JIRA_BASE_URL }}
        JIRA_USER_EMAIL: ${{ secrets.JIRA_USER_EMAIL }}
        JIRA_API_TOKEN: ${{ secrets.JIRA_API_TOKEN }}

    - name: Jira TODO
      uses: atlassian/gajira-todo@v3
      with:
        project: GA
        issuetype: Task
        description: Created automatically via GitHub Actions
      env:
        GITHUB_TOKEN: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}

More examples at gajira repository


Action Spec:

Enviroment variables

  • JIRA_BASE_URL – URL of Jira instance. Example: https://<yourdomain>.atlassian.net
  • JIRA_API_TOKENAccess Token for Authorization. Example: HXe8DGg1iJd2AopzyxkFB7F2 (How To)
  • JIRA_USER_EMAIL – email of the user for which Access Token was created for . Example: human@example.com

Arguments

  • None

Writes fields to config file at $HOME/jira/config.yml

  • email – user email
  • token – api token
  • baseUrl – URL for Jira instance

Writes fields to CLI config file at $HOME/.jira.d/config.yml

  • endpoint – URL for Jira instance
  • login – user email

Writes env to file at $HOME/.jira.d/credentials

  • JIRA_API_TOKEN – Jira API token to use with CLI
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