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ServiceNow problems to Jira bugs

Use Case





Connected Systems

Authentication (supported methods)

  • Username and Password

  • Username and Password (server)

  • Username and API Token (cloud)


  • problem (READ, WRITE, CREATE)

  • sys_db_object (READ)

  • sys_dictionary (READ)

  • sys_journal_field (READ)

  • sys_glide_object (READ)

  • Add Comments

  • Assign issues

  • Browse Projects

  • Create Attachments

  • Create Issues

  • Edit Issues

  • Resolve Issues

  • Transition issues


  • Integration User:

    • Timezone → “GMT”

    • Date Format → “yyyy-MM-dd”

    • User ID → Same as the “Username”

  • Correlation Field

  • API Token (cloud)

Network Requirements


  1. Log in to your ZigiOps instance.

  2. Go to ZigiOps → Configurator and load the integration template.

  3. Select the desired Integrated Systems and Integrated Systems and click the Save button to continue.

  4. Enable the integration from the Slider button located in the middle section of the screen.

How does the Jira ServiceNow Integration work?

  1. When there is a new problem in ServiceNow, ZigiOps will automatically collect it, based on a predefined time interval, and transfer it to Jira as a bug. All necessary fields will be transformed and also moved to Jira (based on the defined mapping in ZigiOps).

  2. Once there is an update on the ServiceNow problem, ZigiOps will pick it up and populate the corresponding Jira bug with the necessary fields (comments, attachments, assignees, and more).

  3. When the Jira bug is closed or resolved, ZigiOps will close or update the corresponding ServiceNow problem with the applicable information or close it.


No specifics are available for this integration.

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