JIRA Connector > Synchronization Tasks with JIRA Connector > Creating a Synchronization Task

Creating a Synchronization Task

Create a JIRA connection before you create a synchronization task.
    1. In Data Integration, click New > Tasks.
    2. Select Synchronization Task, and click Create.
    The New Synchronization Task page appears.
    3. Specify the task name, provide a description, and select the Insert task operation.
    4. Click Next.
    The Source tab appears.
    5. Select the source Connection, Source Type, and Source Objects for the task.
    6. Click Next.
    The Target tab appears.
    7. Select the target connection and target object.
    8. Click Next.
    The Data Filters tab appears.
    9. To assign filters to the synchronization task, see Configure the Data Filter.
    10. Configure the data filter, and click Next.
    11. On the Field Mapping tab, enter JIRA projectkey in the Project field, while performing insert, update and delete operations into JIRA application for any project object.
    12. Click Next.
    The Schedule tab appears.
    13. In the advance Source properties, use the read time out attribute to specify the maximum number of milliseconds that the connector waits to connect to JIRA. You can use the Retry Count attribute to specify the number of times to reconnect to JIRA. If the response code is other than 200 or the read time out is achieved, the connector attempts to reconnect to JIRA.
    14. Schedule the task according to the requirement and save. If you do not want to schedule the task, click Save to save the task.

Rules and Guidelines for Synchronization Task

Consider the following guidelines to configure a synchronization task: