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Rally to Jira

Hi, Am moving from rally to jira and currently doing it using csv files, is there any API or scripts that can be helpful to migrate, i have verified some third party tools but more interested in API, JSON, Python scripts.

Any suggestions will be really helpful, if some one has used the rally to jira connector it would be great to know about it, thank you.

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edwin Community Leader Dec 19, 2019

Hi @shank ms ,

It entails doing a search in Rally through API and turning that search into JSON.

And then using the response to create something similar to the attached JSON.

{ "projects": [{ "name": "Project", "key": "PRJ", "description": "Project Description", "versions": null, "components": null, "issues": [{ "description": "Demo Description", "status": "", "reporter": "", "labels": null, "issueType": "", "created": "0001-01-01T00:00:00Z", "externalId": "", "summary": "Demo Summary", "assignee": "", "history": [{ "author": "Demo Author", "created": "0001-01-01T00:00:00Z", "items": null }], "customFieldValues": null }, { "description": "Demo Description 2", "status": "", "reporter": "", "labels": null, "issueType": "", "created": "0001-01-01T00:00:00Z", "externalId": "", "summary": "Demo Summary 2", "assignee": "", "history": [{ "author": "Demo Author", "created": "2019-12-19T15:51:59.964708-07:00", "items": [{ "fieldType": "jira", "field": "Description", "fromString": "", "toString": "Description" }] }], "customFieldValues": null }] }], "users": { "name": "", "fullname": "", "email": "", "active": false }, "links": { "name": "", "sourceId": "", "destinationId": "" }}

So you can use for example

Then you can import this JSON to cloud. Unfortunately I can't share the code we used at work.

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