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How can I import "tickets" from JIRA to REDMINE. from a particular project on JIRA to a particular project in REDMINE

  • @mhsmith - Could i know the changes that you have made, to get this script working. I cannot import issues, comments and attachemnts. It is giving an error related to null values in priority ID. ( which it isn't in the database) – user26179 Oct 10 '16 at 10:56
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You can use something like a Zapier service.

Send new JIRA issues to Redmine

Keep your issue tracking updated with this JIRA-Redmine integration. After you activate this Zap, every time a new JIRA issue is created, a matching issue will also be added to Redmine, providing effortless upkeep for your lists.

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This worked for us: http://www.taskadapter.com/

The UI is a bit rough, but at least it can map the fields properly.

Edit: To expand on the answer, it's a utility that moves tasks between issue trackers. I think it works with MS Project as well, although we only used it for JIRA<>Redmine.

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In Jira you can export to CSV: https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/84144/how-to-export-issues-as-a-csv-file

There is a PHP based CVS importer for Redmine: https://github.com/juanmf/RedmineIssueImporter

The process doesnt look very straigthforward, but I guess it should be possible.

Also see this issue, which has some older other options for importing from a CSV: https://www.redmine.org/issues/7884

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    Redmine now has a native CSV importer shipped with Redmine itself. – Holger Just Apr 26 '16 at 6:58
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This script mostly works: https://github.com/Kulgar/jira2redmine

Though I had to edit it slightly to account for changes in the Jira XML format.

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