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How can I show the Zendesk ticket number in my Jira Issue Filter?

I've searched and am not finding the answer.  I know I can see the Zendesk information in a ticket detail screen, but I want to show the Zendesk ticket number as a column in my Jira Issue Filter.

Also, is there a better way other than by label jira_escalated to search for tickets that came from Zendesk.  While that is a special label there is nothing stopping someone from adding that label to any ticket or removing it from a ticket.  I'd like a way to search something like zendesk issue id != ''


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Syed Majid Hassan -Exalate-
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Nov 25, 2023

Hi @Dale Bronk

This is Majid @ Exalate. 

The main question here is that how are you integrating between Zendesk and Jira? Is it a custom DIY solution or an app? We, at Exalate, specialise in integrating between different ITSM tools and also boast an advanced scripting engine. The requirement you outlined here would be 1 line of script in Exalate, but I really need to know more details around how you are integrating currently. 



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Dec 19, 2019 • edited

First of all, I don't know what is your current setup.

There are many ways how to solve it but is dependent upon your setup, you can create a custom field (ZendeskID) to achieve this and depending on how you create a ticket from Zendesk you can just update the custom field with the Zendesk ID.

In your JQL you can just say.

project = PRO AND ZendeskID NOT EMPTY

How to populate this new custom field with the Zendesk Ticket ID? or link to issue? links to docs are much appreciated.

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