A Zend Framework Module for injecting a Jira issue collector into the Zend\Mvc response body.

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Jira Issue Collector Module is a fast, convenient and free Zend Framework Module designed by Soliant Consulting, Inc. to dynamically add a Jira Issue Collector strictly through configuration.

Jira Issue Collector Module is a lightweight package that enables the Jira Issue Collector to be injected into the Zend\Mvc response body when the standard EVENT_FINISH is triggered.

Jira Issue Collector Module is Composer friendly, making it a snap to add to any existing Zend Framework MVC application.

Easy to Integrate

  • PSR-0 autoloading (Composer ready).
  • Install on an environment-specific basis using strictly standard config/autoload/ settings.

System Requirements

  • PHP 5.5+
  • Zend Framework 2.5+

With minimum effort, it should theoretically work older versions of PHP and Zend Framework 2, however, backward compatibility is not verified or maintained. If you needed to go back older than PHP 5.4, then use of short array syntax will definitely block you unless you refactor that.


Jira Issue Collector Module is free for commercial and non-commercial use, licensed under the business-friendly standard MIT license.

Jira Issue Collector Module Documentation

Create Your Jira Issue Collector

See the Jira Issue Collector documentation for basic setup. Once you have it configured, you will need to copy the url from the code snipped Jira creates for the Issue Collector. The wording in the Jira UI is subject to change, but you will be given two options something like this:

  • Embed in HTML
  • Embed in JavaScript

In fact, they both use JavaScript, and it would be more explicit if they were labeled like this instead:

  • Do not use Jquery
  • Use Jquery

Don't worry about the details of the configs until we get to the next section, but here are the bare-bones details you need to be aware of while setting up your Jira Issue Collector.

On the assumption that Jquery may not be part of your project, the default and most basic configuration looks like this:

'soliant-jira-issue-collector' => [
    'enabled'       => true,
    'collector'     => [
        'url'       => "",

If you intend to use Jquery, and if you want to access the advanced options, you will need to enable Jquery support:

'soliant-jira-issue-collector' => [
    'enabled'       => true,
    'collector'     => [
        'useJquery' => true,
        'url'       => "",

NOTE: The url for every Issue Collector is unique and differs slightly between the two options, so be sure that if you change the setting in the Issue Collector, you also update it in your module config. You will need to copy the url out of the code snippet that Jira creates for you, as you won't need the rest of the code in your configuration.

Basic Install

The Jira Issue Collector Module installs like any standard Zend Framework module.


Install the module via composer by adding it to your composer.json or by running

composer require soliantconsulting/jira-issue-collector:~1.0

Add Module Namespace

Add the Soliant\JiraIssueCollector module to the module section of your config/application.config.php

Add Module Config

Copy config/soliant-jira-issue-collector.local.php.dist from this module into your project config/autoload/soliant-jira-issue-collector.local.php. Change any settings in it according to your needs.

Advanced Options

The comments in config/soliant-jira-issue-collector.local.php.dist provide details about the advanced settings the module provides. In short the module provides optional support for these features:

  • Custom css selector for that option in the Jira Issue Selector
  • Custom script template
  • Injection of a custom div tag template
  • Injection of a custom css style tag template