To set up two way Jira Jira Integration, follow the video tutorial below:
Remember, to be logged in as a user with admin rights.
Click "Select App", select Jira. Then select "Create New" to create a new connection with the Jira instance. Name your connection whatever you like. Add URL of your Jira instance (without "/" in the end). Add Login of the admin user, you need to be logged in as one. Type your password, if it's Jira Server. If it's Jira Cloud, you need to generate Jira Token - go to the step 2.
Repeat these steps for the second app.
If the connection is established correctly, you should be able to select the Jira project. Choose one from the dropdown menu, as shown below.
o Now it's time to select/setup an Azure DevOps connection. If you need to create the connection, follow the video below. Select BasicAuth as Authentication Method, name your connection as you wish, provide a valid URL to your Azure DevOps instance, and then your admin login. Your password is a token that you need to generate, go to step 6 for instruction on how to do it. Make sure you have admin rights, and that you're logged in using them.
Go to Personal Access Tokens, in your Azure DevOps instance. Generate a new Token, copy it, and use it as a password.
Since the connection is established, now it's time to select the project you want to synchronize.
Time for Type Mapping. What do you want to integrate? The Task with Tasks? The Tasks with Bugs? It's up to you, depending on your use case.
To enable attachment, and comments synchronization go to the "Comments & Attachments" Tab, click "enable", click "Done" to save the setting.
The last step is configuring statuses synchronization. Go to the "Statuses" tab, enable the sync.
Add value mapping: - Open to To do - In progress do Doing, - and so on.
Then configure the default mapping: ...
Save your settings.