The Atlassian Connector for Eclipse allows you to monitor, add and update JIRA issues while remaining in your integrated development environment.
Before reading the information below, please make sure that you have installed the Atlassian Connector for Eclipse, as described in the installation guide, and defined a task repository for at least one JIRA server, as described in the configuration guide.
For information on setting up your JIRA server in Eclipse, please read the configuration guide.
On this page:
Creating a Query
The first step is to connect to a JIRA repository.
To connect to a JIRA repository,
To create a new query,
The Java perspective displays the task list in the upper right section of the workbench. If it is not visible go to Window > Show View > Other and select Tasks > Task List. The task list shows the list of tasks that match the query. The blue arrow icons indicate that the task have incoming changes. Double clicking a task will bring up the task editor.
Screenshot: Task List
The task editor displays the attributes, description and comments of a JIRA issue and allows you to edit the issue.
Screenshot: Task Editor
Creating a New Issue
To create a new issue,
Screenshot: Creating an issue in Eclipse
Viewing an Issue
To view an issue in Eclipse,
Screenshot: Viewing an issue in Eclipse
Starting/Stopping Work on an Issue
You can start work on an issue in Eclipse by activating it in your IDE. This assigns the issue to you and starts progress on it.
To start work on an issue,
- Installation and Upgrade Guide for the Eclipse Connector
- Configuring the Eclipse Connector
- Using JIRA in the Eclipse Connector
- Using Bamboo in the Eclipse Connector
- Using FishEye in the Eclipse Connector
- Eclipse Connector FAQ
- Eclipse Connector Resources
- Supported Platforms - Atlassian Connector for Eclipse
Refer to the JIRA documentation for more information about JIRA functionality.