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nFeed - display data in custom fields

by Valiantys for JIRA Server 6.0 - 6.4.11 and more versions
Versions available for JIRA Server 3.13 - 5.2.11
JIRA Server 6.0-m06.1 - 6.0
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    Query data from SQL database, LDAP, REST web-services and more. Display the result in JIRA custom fields

    Query values from anywhere: databases, LDAP ...

    Highly configurable custom fields display

    Dependency, rules, and conditional queries

    nFeed adds custom fields to your JIRA which can be populated with any data source such as an external SQL database, REST web services, a remote file, a LDAP, a CMDB or even JIRA’s own database.

    Choose how your data will appear in JIRA so that it makes sense to your users. nFeed custom fields can be shown as autocomplete textbox, user or group pickers, cascading select lists or table selections.

    Enjoy complete control on how external data is used. Depending on the context of your issue, you can easily set up dependency, rules, and conditional queries for all your nFeed fields.

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    by Clemens Luebbers on 2015-02-13
    We use nFeed for some Select fields, where users are able to maintain the values in a separate database. By that we avoid the administration of the Jira internal select-fields. Maintenance of this plugin is not satisfactory. There is a significant bug (https://jira.valiantys.com/browse/NFEED-763) that this plugin prevents editing fields in bulk edit, when the field depends on another nFeed field. This bug is now open for over 1 year and provider does not even answer any question on what is going on with this bug.
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    by Robert Jober on 2015-01-26
    We used nFeed to connect to external reference tables and most importantly to reduce the number of Jira projects. Instead of creating a new Jira project for every small initiative we have a reference attribute called work package that references our internal project management application. As plug-in nFeed has the most features and very good support. Highly recommended.
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    by HomeAway on 2014-12-15
    We have found nFeed to be extraordinarily useful in multiple use cases. We use it with Jira Service Desk to get the Reporter's phone, location, department, and manager which helps drive queues and SLAs. We use it in our Product defect creation workflow to distinguish defects created by Customer Services Reps (customer reported defects) from QA or other sources. Soon we will use it to look up Accounts in SalesForce to associate Jira issues with SalesForce Cases. Setup is fairly easy and in the cases where we have found issues, the support team has been quick to respond and -when needed- expedite an update to address our issue. I would highly recommend nFeed to enhance your Jira user's productivity and the richness of the data on your Jira issues.
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    by Marcelo Tabah on 2014-07-28
    I am trying the plug-in. It seems a very useful solution when you don't want to waste a user license for "users" that eventually acccess to JIRA. My concern up to now it's regarded the use when you're trying to create a ticket as an anonymous user. Custom fields seems to have a problem loading values from a JNDI database. I need a solution now in order to decide if I gonna by the plug in or not.
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    by Helene Lund Engebø on 2014-07-04
    The nFeed-plugin enables us to integrate both our own and our customers' data into Jira. We use 3-level cascading select, which is expanded to 9 levels in the current version. In addition to cascading select, we use type-ahead fields and ordinary select-fields. All field-types use data from an external database as data-source. The type-ahead handles a large number of records and enables the user to search for any word in the text defined by the query in nFeed config. We are looking forward to using the new improved formatting options available from nFeed for Jira 6.x. As we do a lot of server-side integration, we are also excited about the possibility of getting the displayed value through a supported REST API. With nFeed we have found the missing piece of the Jira puzzle.
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    More details

    nFeed allows you to query external data and display the result in JIRA custom fields. Over 200 customers in over 40 countries trust nFeed. Here are some examples of how they use it:

    • Retrieve end-user data from an LDAP or CRM and display it directly on a support ticket.
    • Query a service catalogue or CMDB to view them within the JIRA interface.
    • Get versions of software components from an external source.
    • Pull articles from a knowledge base to create a dynamic FAQ in JIRA.
    • Retrieve data from your Asset Management system ( OTRS , GLPI ...)

    Features:

    • Query data from: SQL databases, LDAP, Remote files, REST Web services
    • Highly configurable custom fields displays
    • Auto-select values and auto-complete as you type
    • Define dependencies & rules with other JIRA custom fields
    • Easy to configure queries through the admin interface
    • Fully searchable custom fields

    Find more here: http://www.youtube.com/user/ValiantysTV

    Import note : Since version 5.3.0, nFeed only supports JDK 1.7 or higher

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    Release notes

    Version 5.3.2 JIRA Server 6.0 - 6.4.11 Released 2015-08-20

    Summary

    New datasource type and minor bug fixes

    Details

    This version introduces a long-awaited feature: it is now possible to create Database datasources !

    It means that you don't have to create a new JNDI connection each time you want to connect nFeed to a new external database. You just have to configure it in nFeed (by providing connection details) and you are set.

    It also comes with bug fixes:

    Installation

    1. Log into your JIRA instance as an admin.
    2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Atlassian Marketplace. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
    3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
    4. Locate nFeed - display data in custom fields via search. The appropriate add-on version appears in the search results.
    5. Click Try free to begin a new trial or Buy now to purchase a license for nFeed - display data in custom fields. You're prompted to log into MyAtlassian. nFeed - display data in custom fields begins to download.
    6. Enter your information and click Generate license when redirected to MyAtlassian.
    7. Click Apply license. If you're using an older version of UPM, you can copy and paste the license into your JIRA instance.

    To find older nFeed - display data in custom fields versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

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