Saves the domain and/or username and password in the users' environment. It has the advantage that it is not necessary to explicitly publish the credentials in the users code. Just do it one time and you are set. To update any of the parameters just save again and it will overwrite the older credential.

save_jira_credentials(
domain = NULL,
verbose = FALSE
)

## Arguments

domain The users' JIRA server domain to retrieve information from. An example would be https://bugreports.qt.io. It will be saved in the environment as JIRAGILER_DOMAIN. The users' username to authenticate to the domain. It will be saved in the environment as JIRAGILER_USERNAME. The users' password to authenticate to the domain. It will be saved in the environment as JIRAGILER_PASSWORD. If verbose is set to TRUE, it will message asterisks. Optional parameter to inform the user when the users' credentials have been saved.

## Value

Saves the credentials in the users environment - it does not return any object.

## Examples

if (FALSE) {
save_jira_credentials(domain="https://bugreports.qt.io",