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Configuring the Job for retrieving the project information from JIRA application


  1. Double-click the tJIRAInput component to open its Basic settings view.
  2. In the Host URL, User Id, and Password fields, specify the user authentication information required to access the JIRA application.
  3. Select Project from the JIRA resource drop-down list, in the Project ID field displayed, enter the key of the project, whose information will be retrieved. In this example, it is DOC.
  4. Double-click the tExtractJSONFields component to open its Basic settings view.
  5. Click the [...] button next to Edit schema, and in the schema dialog box displayed, define the schema by adding six columns of String type, id, key, name, description, assigneeType, and ProjectTypeKey, which will hold the corresponding information of the specified project.

    When done, click OK to save the changes and close the dialog box.

  6. Select the JSON field to be extracted from the JSON field drop-down list. In this example, it is json, which is passed from the tJIRAInput component.
  7. In the Loop Jsonpath query field, specify the path to the node on which the loop is based. In this example, it is $, which is the root node of the JSON field.
  8. In the Mapping table, the Column cells are automatically filled with the schema columns, and you need to specify the corresponding JSON node that holds the desired data for each schema column. In this example, $.id for the id column, $.key for the key column, $.name for the name column, $.description for the description column, $.assigneeType for the assigneeType column, and $.projectTypeKey for the projectTypeKey column.
  9. Double-click the tFileOutputJSON component to open its Basic settings view.
  10. In the File Name field, specify the path to the file into which the extracted project information will be written, D:/JiraComponents/project_info.json in this example. And in the Name of data block field, enter the name of the data block, project in this example.

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