I've been able to hookup an existing JIRA project with a Slunk Project. I've come across an issue now wherein I'm working on another separate project on a separate JIRA Workspace. Is it possible to configure my account to manage two JIRA workspaces and assign them granularly unto individual Splunk Projects?
I'm not sure if this is what you are looking for, but I've been able to modify the JIRA add-on to allow you to connect to multiple different JIRA servers by specifying a "server=XXX" parameter in the commands. E.g: ... | jira server=server1 filters ...
Let me know if you are interested in the code changes to do this.
Basically, what I did was modify the jira_rest.py script in the add-on to allow the passing of the "server" parameter from the SPL. If present, the value from the server= parameter is used to look up a stanza in the config.ini file. (If not present, it defaults to "jira" for backwards-compatibility.)
To do this, there were 2 places I changed the code:
1. I modified the setup_jira_service method to accept a parameter for 'server', which defaults to 'jira'. This is then used in the subsequent commands to retrieve the username, password, hostname, jira_protocol, and jira_port values from that stanze in the config.ini.
2. I modified the try block at the end of the script to look for a "server=" parameter in the SPL. If found, it extracts the value, and uses that to pass to the setup_jira_service method (see #1).