Integrating Jira with Octopus

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I am using Octopus to deploy. Can I somehow get the jira ticket numbers into the release notes in the deployment. I just want to know the changes related to the build number.

Aug 1, 2018 in DevOps & Agile by shubham
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I've got a powershell step to do this in teamcity. It queries jira api to get all the fixes/features to version equivalent number that teamcity build and then queries jira api again to get the issue details in order to build the release notes in markdown, which I then pass to Octopack to embed nuget package. After this, if I check octopus, I can get all the ticket numbers and summaries, grouped by issue type.

The only thing I'd suggest to do is make this a part of your build process rather than Deployment process.

answered Aug 1, 2018 by ajs3033
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