Hi , i was able to connect my PowerBI to the Jira server ( reading a project )
however when i am trying to get the epic information ( see the below REST ) i am getting 400 error ( the same REST return results using a browser
any suggestion ?
Hello @Ward Schwillens
If both are reachable via the network, then I don't see any issue in connecting both. Jira is supported out of the box by power BI
I am attempting to get my Jira data connected to PowerBi. I am confused about the above link because it seems as though it is linking Jira with a browser based version of PowerBi.
I have the PowerBi client installed on my computer and would like to get my Jira data there. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Hi Avinash -
Thanks for the response. Maybe I am missing something, but I do have the PowerBi desktop app. I use it for various things. I am just trying to figure out how to link my Jira data to it.
I do have PowerBi desktop installed on my computer and I use it for other things. As for linking my JIRA data to PowerBi I am confused. The initial link at the beginning of this thread doesn't appear to link JIRA data onto PowerBi desktop.
I must be missing something.
Hello Frederico, I opened the template in PowerBI Desktop and I'm able to fill in the credentials, using basic authentication with the same credentials as I normally use. We have Jira Server but it's accessible from the outside. When I have entered all data, PowerBI seems to be making a connection, but eventually I get the error
OLE DB or ODBC error: [DataSource.Error] Web.Contents failed to get contents from 'https://myurl:8443/rest/api/2/search?maxResults=500&startAt=0' (500):
Any idea how I can solve this?
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