Ok, so you'll need to follow https://confluence.atlassian.com/cloud/api-tokens-938839638.html to get the key, then follow what https://plugins.jenkins.io/jira/ says for setting up the Jenkins connection (I'm guessing you're using that one to do it, there's others, but this is the one I run into the most often)
I go throw the link that's fine, but my problem is in Jenkins configuration "Jira Software Cloud Integration" in that tab need to put client ID, for that need to create credential for Jenkins in jira.so in Jira but my Jenkins installed in localhost, Server base URL* I'm not able to put my local host URL.
There's no client ID in that image, but actually, you have a bigger problem.
If you want your Cloud system to work with your Jenkins, it needs to be able to see it. Running it localhost can't work, you need to run it somewhere Jira Cloud can get to it.
Once you've done that, you'll be able to fill in the App name with "My Jenkins" and the "Server base url" with the url that you have published your Jenkins on.
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