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Classic Integrations Activities
Last updated Jun 17, 2024

Activities

The following table lists the activities that are included in the Jira Activities Package.

Activity

Description

Establishes an authenticated connection between UiPath and your Jira application.

After executing the function, the activity outputs action specific field values (if applicable) and the status of the request (success/failure information) in a ResponseStatus object that you can use in subsequent activities.

Adds an Attachment to an Issue.

After adding the attachment, the activity returns its properties in an Attachment object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Deletes a specific attachment.

Downloads a specific attachment to a local folder.

Retrieves all the attachments for a specific Issue.

After performing the operation, the activity outputs the list of attachments in an Attachment[] object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Adds a Comment to an Issue.

After adding the comment, the activity returns its properties in a Comment object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Deletes a specific comment.

Retrieves all the comments for a specific Issue.

After performing the operation, the activity outputs the list of attachments in a Comment[] object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Creates a new Component.

After adding the component, the activity returns its properties in a Component object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Deletes a specific project component.

Retrieves all the components for a specific Project.

After performing the operation, the activity outputs the list of attachments in a Component object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Allows you to search for dashboards by name, group owner, and other options.

The activity returns a Dashboards[] object that you can use in subsequent activities.

Creates a new filter.

After performing the operation, the activity outputs a Filter object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.
Gets a list of filters as a Filter[] object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Creates a new Issue Link.

Deletes an existing Issue Link.

Gets a list of Issue Link types.

The activity outputs an IssueLinkType[] object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Gets a list of Issue Links for an Issue.

The activity outputs an IssueLink[] object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.
Adds a new watcher (JiraUser object) to an issue.

Assigns an issue to a specific user.

Emulates the clone function found in the UI.

Creates a new issue in your specific project and issue type.

After creating your new issue, the activity outputs its properties in an Issue object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Deletes an issue.

Retrieves the properties and relationships of a specified issue.

After retrieving the issue, the activity returns its properties and relationships in an Issue object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.
Retrieves an array of JiraUser objects for a specific issue.
Deletes a watcher (JiraUser object) from an issue.
Retrieves an array of Issue objects that match your query parameter.
After retrieving the issues, the activity outputs their properties and relationships in an Issue[] object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Transitions an issue from one state to another.

Updates an Issue object and returns a new Issue object after the operation completes.

Creates a new project according to your specified project key, lead, name, template, and type.

After creating your new project, the activity outputs its properties in a Project object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Deletes a specific project with the option to enable undo, which places the object in the Jira recycle bin.

Retrieves an array of project types in a ProjectType[] object.

Retrieves an array of projects with the option to query for specific projects.

The activity returns the list in a Project[] object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Updates a project.

After the activity completes, the activity outputs the updated project as a new Project object that you can use as input variables in subsequent activities.

Allows you to get an array of transitions.

The activity returns a Transition[] object that you can use in subsequent activities.

Creates a new user.

The activity outputs a JiraUser object that you can use as an input variable in subsequent activities.

Deletes a specific user.

Returns a JiraUser[] object based on a free text query string.

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