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    JIRA Server 6.4 - 7.0.11
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    Confluence Server 5.5 - 5.8.18
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    Automate tasks that you can not otherwise

    Automate tasks that you can not otherwise

    Automate the unwanted tasks

    JIRA Tasks Automation

    Confluence Automation

    * Automate On-premise or Atlassian.net hosted JIRA / Confluence* Use headless browser such as PhantomJS to achieve automation at frequent intervals* Automate administration tasks across all Atlassian applications

    * Disable notification schemes for all projects* Mail Queue health check* LDAP sync status* Add / update list of options associated to Selectfield (not yet available)

    * Update Global color scheme* Update color scheme for all Wiki spaces* Update general configuration

    Automate the unwanted tasks

    JIRA Tasks Automation

    Confluence Automation

    * Automate On-premise or Atlassian.net hosted JIRA / Confluence* Use headless browser such as PhantomJS to achieve automation at frequent intervals* Automate administration tasks across all Atlassian applications

    * Disable notification schemes for all projects* Mail Queue health check* LDAP sync status* Add / update list of options associated to Selectfield (not yet available)

    * Update Global color scheme* Update color scheme for all Wiki spaces* Update general configuration

    More details

    As a DevOps Engineer, have you ever wondered how some of those boring, tedious administration tasks can be automated when REST APIs are not available to rescue? Well here is a standalone plugin that just shows how you can do it now!

    • Automate On-premise or Atlassian.net hosted JIRA / Confluence instances.
    • Use headless browser such as PhantomJS to achieve automation at frequent intervals as a cronjob.
    • Automate administration tasks across all Atlassian applications (current focus limited to JIRA and Confluence though)
    • Open source framework
    • Extend Add-on to automate all other missing tasks here.

    More details

    As a DevOps Engineer, have you ever wondered how some of those boring, tedious administration tasks can be automated when REST APIs are not available to rescue? Well here is a standalone plugin that just shows how you can do it now!

    • Automate On-premise or Atlassian.net hosted JIRA / Confluence instances.
    • Use headless browser such as PhantomJS to achieve automation at frequent intervals as a cronjob.
    • Automate administration tasks across all Atlassian applications (current focus limited to JIRA and Confluence though)
    • Open source framework
    • Extend Add-on to automate all other missing tasks here.

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    Pongbot supports Automate Atlassian from Command line ACL. You can ask a support question via Atlassian Answers to get help.

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    Pongbot supports Automate Atlassian from Command line ACL. You can ask a support question via Atlassian Answers to get help.

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    Versions

    JIRA Cloud,
    Confluence Cloud
    Released 2015-10-19

    Summary

    First release

    Versions

    Version 0.1 JIRA Server 6.4 - 7.0.11,
    Confluence Server 5.5 - 5.8.18
    Released 2015-10-19

    Summary

    First release

    Installation

    • * Clone source from Atlassian Command Line git repository * Install headless browser PhantomJS if you like to. * Install Virtual Environment * Create virtual environment for python 2.7 * Install "Atlassian Command Line" as a python module -> "pip install --editable" * Run Atlassian Command Line from command line as follows: > acl --help
    • * Clone source from Atlassian Command Line git repository * Install headless browser PhantomJS if you like to. * Install Virtual Environment * Create virtual environment for python 2.7 * Install "Atlassian Command Line" as a python module -> "pip install --editable" * Run Atlassian Command Line from command line as follows: > acl --help

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