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Create a ticket to vendor's ticketing system

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Oct 18, 2023

We use JSM Cloud and want to leverage it as a platform to manage our tickets of certain vendors.
The first scenario is to create a ticket on JSM then it'll automatically create a case to vendor's Salesforce system. 
No need to think of vendor's case status update.
The idea so far is to create a custom button, get vendor's API endpoint, API key, etc to fulfill this scenario.
Not sure if JSM Cloud could achieve this by configuration? or any script or 3rd party plugin is needed.
And is there a way to check these outbound API log if we need to to troubleshoot.
Need your advise.
Thank you

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Marc Koppelaar
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Oct 18, 2023

Hi @AmyG 

Welcome to the community.

This should be you starting point for the Jira side.

There are sample calls included here that will help you create tickets.

Similar documentation for Salesforce is here.

But getting a full blown integration off the ground has a lot of added caveats to it like queue management, conflict resolution, error handling and scaling.

I have not used this kind of configuration ,but I know that there are 3rd party apps for this.

The most common used ones are: 



This allows you to keep issues in synch and create Salesforce issues from Jira an vice versa.

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Oct 18, 2023

@AmyG hi. Just to add another possible solution for the integration - a 3rd party tool, ZigiOps, that can be found in the Atlassian Marketplace. It's 100% no-code and does not store any of the data that's transferred between the integrated instances. It will automate the tickets/cases creation and will keep the teams updated in real time (the integration is bi-directional). It's easily customizable and simple to use. You can explore it, we offer free trial to test it. 

Regards, Diana

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