Step 4: Configure your Integration

Types of Integration Templates

Tasktop offers a range of integration templates to enable you to achieve a diverse set of goals:


Integration Styles

Build a custom integration based on one of these integration styles.


Work Item Synchronization



Container + Work Item Synchronization


Create via Gateway


Modify via Gateway


Enterprise Data Stream

The Work Item Synchronization template is available in all Editions.


The Container + Work Item Synchronization template is available in all Editions.

The Create via Gateway template is only available in Editions that contain the Gateway add-on.  See Tasktop Editions table to determine if your edition contains this functionality.

The Modify via Gateway template is only available in Editions that contain the Gateway add-on.  See Tasktop Editions table to determine if your edition contains this functionality. The Enterprise Data Stream template is only available in Editions that contain the Enterprise Data Stream add-on.  See Tasktop Editions table to determine if your edition contains this functionality.

This integration connects teams working in different tools as they fulfill their roles in the software development lifecycle.  

As part of this integration, work items will flow between separate repository collections.


This integration connects teams working in different tools as they fulfill their roles in the software development lifecycle.  

As part of this integration, work items will flow between separate repository collections.

Additionally, the containers in which your work items reside will be mirrored across the collections according to your specification.

This integration creates traceability between artifacts across the software development lifecycle. New artifacts will be created in a repository collection when artifacts are sent to Tasktop via a Gateway collection, through an inbound webhook.

This integration creates traceability between artifacts across the software development lifecycle.  Already existing artifacts in a repository collection will be located and modified in a specified way when artifacts are sent to Tasktop via a Gateway collection, through an inbound webook.

This integration simplifies enterprise reporting by unlocking software lifecycle data from its application tool silos and providing a rich data repository for near real-time analytics.  Records will be created in a single database when artifacts from one or more collections are created or changed.
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Prebuilt Integration Patterns

Base your integration on one of these patterns to address typical business needs.


Code Traceability: Create and Relate a Changeset



Code Traceability: Update an Existing Work Item

This integration template is only available in editions that have access to the Git repository.  

This integration template is only available in editions that have access to the Git repository.  

This integration creates new work items such as changesets or code commits in a repository such as Jama, when they are sent to Tasktop via a read only collection connecting to a repository such as Git.

These types of events are “fire and forget” - they create something new in your repository, but they don’t expect anything back. As such, they don’t mandate a full-blown two way synchronization; a lighter one-way integration can do the trick.  

This integration flows information from an outbound only collection (such as Git Commits) to a field on an existing artifact in a work item collection (such as Jama Codes).

These types of events are “fire and forget” - they create something new in your repository, but they don’t expect anything back. As such, they don’t mandate a full-blown two way synchronization; a lighter one-way integration can do the trick.  

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