Jira Core Administration (Server)

Jira Core Administration (Server)

Our Jira Core administration training course provides attendees with an understanding of the various ways Jira can be tailored to meet specific custom project and processing needs.

About this course

Is this course right for me?

This course is designed for new Jira application administrators and those with the responsibility of defining projects and configurations.

Objectives and outcomes

By the end of this course, students will understand how Jira can be tailored to meet specific project and processing needs.

They will also get an in-depth look at effective administration and configuration methods.


Module Sections

1. Introduction

2. Summary of users and groups

3. Projects

4. Project roles

5. Schemes

6. Audit logs

Lab Exercises

1. Create a Jira project and project category

  • Based on an existing configuration

2. Exploring the interface

Module Sections

1. Users and the user browser

2. Privacy

3. Groups and the group browser

4. Project roles

5. Permissions and access control

Lab Exercises

1. Public sign-up and groups

2. Add new users and create/assign groups

Module Sections

1. Project administration vs. global administration

2. Versions

3. Components

4. Access control

  • Project roles
  • Permission schemes
  • Issue security schemes

Lab Exercises

1. Create a project role and a permission scheme

2. Set up an Issue security scheme

Module Sections

1. Issue type schemes

2. Notification schemes

3. Events

4. Priority schemes

Lab Exercises

1. Create a new Issue type

2. Create a notification scheme

3. Create an Issue type scheme

4. Review all default priority schemes

Module Sections

1. Resolutions

2. Custom fields

3. New options in custom fields

4. Field configuration schemes

5. Field configurations

6. Re-indexing and index recovery

Lab Exercises

1. Create two custom fields

2. Create a field configuration scheme

Module Sections

1. Create custom fields

2. Define a context

3. Create a field configuration

4. Make use of a field configuration scheme

Lab Exercises

1. Create a screen

2. Modify screen contents

3. Implement a screen scheme

4. Implement an Issue type screen scheme

Module Sections

1. The visual workflow designer

2. Planning workflows

3. The status attribute

4. Transitions

5. Workflow triggers

6. Creating a workflow

7. Creating a workflow scheme

Lab Exercises

1. Add states to a workflow

2. Configure screens on transitions

3. Using post functions and validators

4. Implementing workflow schemes

5. Putting it all together

The instructor is very knowledgeable on the products and it was valuable having the training on-site. The instructor assessed the relevant experience of the class and structured the training based on that experience which made the class interesting and very useful!

Jim, Northrop Grumman
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