JIRA Macros

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Search JIRA issues

Multiple ways to display JIRA issues

Create new JIRA issues from within Confluence

Search for JIRA issues using JIRA Query Language (JQL), an XML view of a JIRA search or use the URL of a JIRA search or filter.

With the JIRA Issues macro, you can display a table of issues based on a JQL search, a single JIRA issue, or a count of issues which links to search in JIRA.

Create an issue in JIRA and display it on your Confluence page, without leaving the Confluence editor.

JIRA Macros

Macros to retrieve information from JIRA.
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Pricing overview

This add-on is free for download instances.

You may download and install it using the Universal Plugin Manager inside of your Atlassian application.

This add-on is free and pre-installed on your OnDemand instance.

User reviews

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by CPDev on 12 Nov 2013
WARNING: Confluence 5.3 with JIRA Macros 5.1.3 does NOT work. (Update JIRA Macro 5.2 does NOT work either.) When a JIRA issue is inserted into a Confluence page via the JIRA Macro, instead of using the Display URL as defined in the Application Link settings (https://[JIRA-PublicURL]:8443), the link displayed in the page uses the Application URL (http://localhost:8080). This error completely defeats the purpose of using JIRA and Confluence together. None of the links created in Confluence link to JIRA issues. They go to the wrong URL and the wrong port. UPDATE 11 Nov 2013: On 08 Nov 2013, JIRA Macros addon v5.2 was released. This update from v5.1.3 did NOT resolve the issue. Do NOT install the latest version of JIRA and Confluence, simply because THIS MACRO DOES NOT WORK. You cannot link JIRA issues within Confluence.
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by lucas mcgregor on 07 Oct 2013
5.2 has been a disaster. We lost the ability to show all Jira items, allow users to sort by columns, and many of the column titles broke. We depend upon displaying Jira reports in confluence for our business users and upgrading made our life a lot more difficult.
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by Mark Haller on 12 Oct 2013
Agree with the other recent commenters here - this is CRITICAL functionality to my delivery to clients and it's gone back MANY steps. No idea how this got approved. In future, gladly send out 1,000 surveys to customers and re-look at the user stories you're trying to suffice cos it's mising most of my needs. Our use case? We're a design/dev agency, and we do monthly contracted work for many clients. They buy X hours per month. They enter backlog text (not tickets) into Confluence pages. We meet with them every few weeks and plan work. We take backlog text and create tickets in JIRA, with estimates, status, etc. I then have pages in Confluence that show the client actual work we're doing, or is planned coming from JIRA. But NONE of my clients need or want access to JIRA as it's totally overkill - they need NICELY PRESENTED information. That includes - Ticket number, details (so description), status, when it's due, how many hours. I also need TOTAL HOURS SPENT so far, and need HOURS LEFT for them. I have managed to write some pretty funky jQuery so far for most of the additional stuff I need, but now I'm CRIPPLED by this new release. Only show a few tickets? What were you thinking??? My must haves: Allow me to show all tickets if I want Allow me to choose ANY JIRA column with ease Allow me to choose sort order Make sure the list display is a true reflection of what I chose - rather than a limited output (so if I've got tickets with long descriptions then only a few tickets spit out right now) Nice to have: Totals Ordering on columns or respecting the JQL So I need a solution RIGHT NOW today. What will I do? That's why I came here to see if anyone else has a plugin I can buy that's better. So I'll go to what we know best - get out of Confluence and build something in PHP using the API. (rating one as I cannot choose zero)
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by Thomas McNeill on 20 Sep 2013
The whole 5.x version of this plugin is nothing but a step backward from the 4.x version. Why did we lose so much functionality? And I'm not seeing it get restored yet. To add to the lists above the ability to sort columns by clicking on column headers is our showstopper. This is a critical plugin and its frustrating that its been butchered so badly. Looks like I"ll be running 4.x for a long time.
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by Jarno Ristimäki on 24 Sep 2013
I also want to highlight some bad things: * can't change the order of the columns * shows only a list of top 20 issues instead of all (there should be a selection at least) * zero issues is not possible to show Using Confluence 5.2.4 with JIRA 6.0.8
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Vendor response

Hi Jarno,

we fixed one of the issue you mentioned and working on the other two. Since version 5.1 of this plugin it is possible to show issue table with zero issues.

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More details

  • Improved page rendering times for pages that include multiple JIRA issues by batching requests to a JIRA server.
  • Fixed a bug around logging exceptional conditions.
  • Fixed the visual regression that was introduced in v 5.5.1 ( insert and cancel buttons were pushed off the dialog)

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Release notes

Confluence OnDemand

This is a bug fixing release. It fixes the problem when plugin would not be able to handle capitalised  column names. See this issue for details.

Release notes

version 5.5.2Confluence 5.4 - 5.4.4

  • Improved page rendering times for pages that include multiple JIRA issues by batching requests to a JIRA server.
  • Fixed a bug around logging exceptional conditions.
  • Fixed the visual regression that was introduced in v 5.5.1 ( insert and cancel buttons were pushed off the dialog)

Installation

  1. Log into your Confluence instance as an admin.
  2. Click the admin dropdown and choose Add-ons. The Manage add-ons screen loads.
  3. Click Find new add-ons from the left-hand side of the page.
  4. Locate JIRA Macros via search. Results include add-on versions compatible with your Confluence instance.
  5. Click Install to download and install your add-on.
  6. You're all set! Click Close in the Installed and ready to go dialog.

To find older JIRA Macros versions compatible with your instance, you can look through our version history page.

This add-on is pre-installed on your OnDemand instance.

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