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Integrating JIRA with teamwork

Can you please tell me what is the best way to integrate JIRA with
Teamwork is a web based software for project management. 

Which application do you recommend, if any?
Thanks in advance. 

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Hi Marcin,

SoftSync has just been released into the Atlassian marketplace, which synchronizes data bi-directionally between Jira and Teamwork, versus the products mentioned above which are typically more lightweight connectors that only sync 1-way. 

You can try SoftSync here for free for 30 days:

Our team is ready to assist you if you would like any assistance setting things up.



I am getting stuck after specific number of actions there , here is my query


Can you please check this and help me out ?

Is there any link with the "

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Sep 11, 2017

Hi Marcin,

There is a community post titled Solved: Importing from Teamwork PM that provides the guidance to convert the MySQL file Teamwork creates into a CSV file for import into JIRA:

Depending on your comfort level, you could look into taking the SQL export and converting that into a CSV file.

Searching around there are several articles on that. For example:

If you get this working, you could then import by going to JIRA Admin > System > External System Import or https://<>/secure/admin/ExternalImport1.jspa

Additionally it appears there are third party services that can help with this too:




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