Migrate from IBM Rational Change to JIRA - HowTo question.

Hello All,

We are currently in process of evaluating the JIRA solution (after a pause) again, and are looking to see if we can migrate our existing items/CRs from IBM Rational Change to JIRA.

After reviewing the existing information on the web, it seems that there is no direct way to perform this.

The only option I managed to find is to export from the IBM tool to CSV and then to import into Jira.

I'm looking to understand if you have any experience in such a migration from your existing customers, and if we can get assistance from your side on this.

Showing this happening will give a great bust to adopt Jira in our company.



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Hi Edward,

As in the support case, the easier way to migrate is using CSV import.
You can refer to this documentation at :-

- https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA/Importing+Data+from+CSV

Do let me know if you questions or problem in the mean time.


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Renjith Pillai Community Champion Jan 05, 2013
If IBM rational change supports any remote interface you can automate out using REST for JIRA.

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