Troubleshooting JIRA issues
Error 1: “Environment can’t be set”
400 Bad Request - Field ‘environment’ cannot be set. It is not on the appropriate screen, or unknown.
This error arises when the Environment field is unavailable as an option for JIRA issue creation. The fix is to add the Environment field on your JIRA issue screen. These next steps will help you add the Environment field.
1. Click Administration in the top right corner and select Issues
2. Select Screens
3. In Default Screen under the Operations column click Configure
Note: if you have changed your default screen, make sure to find the screen that applies to your project.
4. Scroll to find the drop down menu and select Environment
Error 2: “Labels can’t be set”
400 Bad Request - Field ‘labels’ cannot be set. It is not on the appropriate screen, or unknown.
The solution for this error is nearly identical to the previous Environment can’t be set error except for one variation. The goal is to add a Labels field on your JIRA issue screen. Follow the Environment can’t be set instructions above, but instead of adding Environment select Labels from the dropdown menu.
If you are still experiencing this issue after adding Labels to your JIRA issue screen. This can be caused by created a custom created field named Labels instead of adding the default one provided by JIRA. Please make sure to add the default Labels field.
Error 3: “Summary can’t be set”
400 Bad Request - Field ‘summary’ cannot be set. It is not on the appropriate screen, or unknown.
The solution for this error is again identical to the Environment can’t be set and Labels can’t be set errors. Follow the Environment can’t be set instructions above, but instead of adding Environment select Summary from the dropdown menu.
Still seeing this error after following the steps above? If you use Atlassian single sign on to authenticate, make sure to complete the reauthetication process otherwise Airbrake will not have the access needed for the integration to work.
Error 4: Invalid issue type
400 Bad Request - The issue type selected is invalid.
This error is often the result of your JIRA project not supporting the Bug issue type. The solution is to create the Bug issue type for your existing project, or create a new JIRA project that supports the Bug issue type.
Error 5: Unauthorized
401 Unauthorized - Please make sure the credentials are correct and try again.
For JIRA standalone, this is often caused by using an email address instead of your JIRA username in the username field. Please verify that you are using your JIRA username. You can find your JIRA username in your profile page by clicking your avatar in JIRA.
For JIRA onDemand you should be using Email and API token instead of username and password so please make sure you’re using the correct email. Also, please ensure the API token is created on the account with the same email address as provided in JIRA integration on Airbrake.
Correct: specifies the username
Incorrect: specifies the email
Error 6: Field is required
Error: 400 Bad Request -
field_nameis required. Airbrake does not support required field. Please use the default field settings on your Jira account.
This error occurs when your JIRA setup requires a field that Airbrake is not set up to provide. Please make the field that is mentioned in the error message optional in your JIRA settings, then test the integration again.
Error 7: Moved permanently
Jira integration could not connect. Error: 301 Moved Permanently - Please make sure the credentials are correct and try again.
If you’re seeing this error with onDemand JIRA but have double checked that
you’re using the correct credentials, then please check that you’re using
https instead of
http for the Server URL field.
If you’re experiencing connection issues please try whitelisting the IPs in the following doc for your firewall.