Friday, September 4, 2015

Installing and configuring TFS4JIRA

If you are using a combination of Team Foundation Server and JIRA within your organization, then you may want to take a look at a tool such as TFS4JIRA to help you with your synchronization needs.

To get started, you need to download TFS4JIRA from here:

Before you install TFS4JIRA, you will need to make sure you meet the installation prerequisites which include SQL Server Compact Edition 4.0 and TFS 2012 Update 4 Object Model as documented here:

The prerequisites can be downloaded from here:

Unfortunately, even though there are newer versions of the TFS Object Model (such as the TFS 2013 Update 4 Object Model), TFS4JIRA is still compiled against the older TFS Object Model library and therefore retains this older library dependency.

Once you have successfully installed TFS4JIRA, you will get a login screen similar to the following:

You will need to login with your domain credentials.

Once you have done that, you will see the following screen:

 You will first need to create a Check-ins Scanning Configuration:

Next, you will need to add a TFS Source Repository:

After you have done that, you should have a configuration similar to the following:

You are now ready to create a Synchronization Configuration by clicking on the Synchronization Configuration tab:


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