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Issue when connecting Jira with Power Automate

Hi Everyone

I am having a issue when trying to connect Microsoft Power Automate to Jira, I want to try to create a flow to populate a Sharepoint list when a new issue is submitted to Jira however the Jira connector keeps erroring with:


X-Request-JiraInstance is not provided


I have established the connection using the API token but still receving this error


Any help is greatly apprecaited


Thank you

1 answer

The error message you are seeing indicates that the "X-Request-JiraInstance" header is missing from the HTTP request being sent by Power Automate to Jira. This header is required by the Jira REST API to identify the instance of Jira that the request is intended for.

To resolve this issue, you may need to add the "X-Request-JiraInstance" header to your HTTP request. Here are the steps you can follow:

  1. In Power Automate, open the "HTTP" action that you are using to connect to Jira.
  2. Click on the "Headers" field to open the header editor.
  3. Add a new header with the name "X-Request-JiraInstance".
  4. Set the value of the header to the URL of your Jira instance (e.g. "").

Save your changes and run the flow again. The "X-Request-JiraInstance" header should now be included in your HTTP request and the error should be resolved.

Thank you very much, this is my first time using power automate with a 3rd party, this is what i have so far, still receiving a error though, username is my email followed by the API token, is this correct?

greatly appreciate the help








Please see attached picture, this is what i have so far, greatly appreciate your assistance

Jakob Gillinger
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May 31, 2023

I don't think the URL is not your Jira Instance. I used the "When a new issue is returned by a JQL query (V2) (Preview)" trigger from the Jira Connector, and it automatically filled my Jira Instance with a 32-digit code. You might also find it using this guide, though I can't confirm whether the server ID and Jira instance are the same.

The person above clearly just gave you a reply straight from ChatGPT.

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