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What is the best Rational - Jira Adapter to use?

Bruno Fazoli (856) | asked Jan 13 '15, 11:55 a.m.
Are there 2 different adapters for Jira? What is the difference between them? How about the price and features?

OSCL Jira adapter

Rational Lifecycle Integration Adapters

Brian Lahaie commented Dec 08 '20, 10:31 a.m. | edited Dec 08 '20, 10:32 a.m.

 There are two OSLC adapters which can be used to integrate Jira with RQM. 

(1) Unite for Jira which was developed by Persistent Systems (PSL).

(2) OSLC Connect for Jira which was developed by Sodius Willert

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Wesley Coelho (462) | answered Jan 14 '15, 2:18 a.m.
Hi Bruno,

The price of both products is the same and you can find pricing here:

However, the OSLC JIRA Adapter is now also available as part of RLIA Tasktop Edition so if you choose that option you will have access to both products.

If you are using RTC, for example, the OSLC JIRA Adapter will allow you to create links from RTC to JIRA so that you can read JIRA information from within IBM RTC (inside a rich hover view that appears over the link). RLIA Tasktop Edition synchronizes the JIRA information with RTC so that in addition to linking the work items you can get unified reporting, comment-based collaboration, and the ability to modify/manage work items in either system. The Tasktop Edition approach is automated and doesn't require end users to be trained on when to create the links.

Wesley Coelho
Tasktop Technologies

Naveen V commented Jun 06 '18, 2:16 p.m.

 Does this OSLC plugin available or we need to use just RLIA tasktop edition?

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