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Auto creation of jira issue by integration of Jira with Gitlab

When Gitlab and Jira is integrated, If the error found in Gitlab task then how could the automatically issue will be raised in Jira? 

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This was partially added in GitLab as a feature flag in 13.9, and the feature was fully rolled out around 13.12. The actual documentation moved a bit when they updated to 14.0, so here's a link to the full documentation. It's specific to security vulnerabilities, but there may be additional integrations in the future, or additional syncs based on the deeper Jira integrations.

Latest version:

Static version (backup in case page moves): 14.8

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Dario B Atlassian Team Feb 05, 2021

Hello @Rutuja Velhal ,

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

I am not sure how you are integrating Jira with Gitlab so there is not much I can say to help. However, looking at below links, it does not look like the free/official integration provided by Gitlab does what you are asking for:


However, by searching the Atlassian Marketplace I can see that there are a number of apps that should allow you to reach your goal:


You can review the apps in above list, test them for free and/or get in touch with the vendor to ask for a demo if needed. 


Also, I have moved this question to the Martketplace Apps and Integrations section adding the proper tags in order to increase the chances that other users or app developers will reply as well.




We are using the same links to integrate JIRA with Gitlab. But we are not aware that how to auto create JIRA issues.Considering a case as while testing the code from Gitlab if error occurs, then JIRA issue should automatically create. 

Dario B Atlassian Team Feb 16, 2021

Hello @Rutuja Velhal ,

As mentioned in my previous reply, the feature you are looking for is not present in the integration you are using.

The integration you are using is only meant to show pull requests, commits, etc related to an issue in the issue development panel.

If you want to have issue automatically created in Jira you can try to explore some of the apps in our marketplace that are offering that feature. 

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