A Jira add-on for creating sequence diagrams from plain-text instructions.
Based on Andrew Brampton's excellent js-sequence-diagrams, this add-on is enables sequence diagrams to be easily embedded into a Jira issue.
Need to attach sequence diagrams to Confluence pages? Check out Sequence Diagrams for Confluence
title: Diagram title participant A participant B A->B: Normal line B-->A: Dashed line A->>B: Open arrow B-->>A: Dashed open arrow note left of A: Note to the left of A note right of B: Note to the right of B note over A: Note over A note over A,B: Note over both A and B
The app has been verified to support the following Java vendors:
For this reason, it is not possible to include diagrams when exporting with Export to Print, Export to XML or Export to Word, as these static export formats are generated on the JIRA server.
Sometimes it helps to start with a very simple diagram first, such as
Make sure that is working first, before gradually adding more actors, messages, notes etc.
Sequence Diagrams for Jira is a paid add-on for Atlassian Jira Server (on premise installations) and Atlassian Jira OnDemand (cloud hosted).
The server version is implemented as a Java JAR add-on, using the Atlassian SDK.
When installed, the add-on runs entirely within the Jira server process.
Neither the add-on provider or any other party is able to view the content of your Jira issues.
The cloud version runs on the Heroku cloud platform. Heroku's physical infrastructure is hosted and managed within Amazon's secure data centers and utilizes the Amazon Web Service (AWS) technology. The Amazon servers are located in Northern Virginia in the United States.
Status information about the Heroku cloud platform can be found here.
Both Heroku and Amazon have published a security statement you can find here:
This add-on stores the sequence diagram data as a property of the Jira issue, so no data is stored, transported or logged from the Atlassian OnDemand servers to the Sequence Diagrams for Jira servers. Neither the add-on provider or any other party is able to view the content of your Jira issues.
Effective as of Sep 20, 2016.