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This article describes how to sync issue links between JIRA Server Instances.

Source Instance

Send over the issue links

Outgoing sync

replica.issueLinks = issue.issueLinks

Destination Instance

Add the script below in the Incoming sync of the Destination instance to receive issue links from the Source Instance.

Incoming sync

issue.issueLinks = replica.issueLinks


  • You should separately synchronize all issues that are linked to a specific issue to keep an association between them on the Destination side.


    Sync between projects DEV and TEST;

    issue DEV-1 is linked to issue DEV-2;

    sync issue DEV-1 to TEST-1;

    TEST-1 still is not associated with any other issue

    sync issue DEV-2 to TEST-2;

    as a result, you will get a link between remote issues on the TEST project (TEST-1 and TEST-2)

  • The default issue links synchronization behavior does not include merging issue links from the source and destination issues. One the issue has been synchronized, it will have the same links as the source issue.

  • If you sync issue via multiple connections, issue links will be overwritten.

In case you don't want the source issue links to be overridden if the remote side doesn't have any issue links we recommend to use the external script IssueLinks.groovy.

See it in action

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