Thank you for your feedback.
One of the reasons for this integration is to track bugs in JIRA which was originally logged in Microsoft Test Manager (MTM) i.e log a defect in MTM then have this defect created in JIRA.
And if possible, once the defect has been resolved and is ready for retest, an update on the bug status made in JIRA would then update the bug status in MTM as ready for retest.
Ok, this is the same for both comments - you'll need to script something in MTM that can poke an issue into JIRA over the REST interface, and then another script to perform updates.
If MTM doesn't support scripting, then it's a lot harder if you want to rely on MTM events updating JIRA - you'll need to find/write something that can scrape MTM for updates and poke them into JIRA
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