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PSJira is a Windows PowerShell module to interact with Atlassian JIRA via a REST API, while maintaining a consistent PowerShell look and feel.

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Documentation on ReadTheDocs

Documentation for PSJira has moved to Check it out, and feel free to submit issues or PRs against the documentation as well!


This module has a hard dependency on PowerShell 3.0. There are no plans to release a version compatible with PowerShell 2, as the module relies on several cmdlets and features added in version 3.0.


Due to the magic of continuous integration, the latest passing build of this project will always be on the PowerShell Gallery. If you have the Package Management module for PowerShell (which comes with PowerShell 5.0), you can install the latest build easily:

Install-Module PSJira

If you're using PowerShell 3 or 4, consider updating! If that's not an option, consider installing PackageManagement on PowerShell 3 or 4 (you can do so from the PowerShell gallery using the MSI installer link).

You can also download this module from the Download Zip button on this page. You'll need to extract the PSJira folder to your $PSModulePath (normally, this is at C:\Users<username>\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules).

Finally, you can check the releases page here on GitHub for "stable" versions, but again, PSGallery will always have the latest (tested) version of the module.


All the documentation for PSJira is on the ReadTheDocs page.

For basic instructions to get up and running, check out the Getting Started page.


Want to contribute to PSJira? Great! Start with the Contributing page on the project documentation - it will explain how to work with PSJira's test and CI systems.

Pull requests for PSJira are expected to pass all Pester tests before being merged. More details can be found on the project documentation site.


Feel free to comment on this project here on GitHub using the issues or discussion pages. You can also check out my blog or catch me on the PowerShell subreddit.

Note: As with all community PowerShell modules and code, you use PSJira at your own risk. I am not responsible if your JIRA instance causes a fire in your datacenter (literal or otherwise).


PowerShell module to interact with Atlassian JIRA







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