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embedded JIRA processes directly into a confluence page


I have embedded JIRA processes directly into a confluence page.
Unfortunately, the order of the columns from JIRA is not used in the embedded confluence page.
In Confluence, the order can be changed, but I cannot save this change and when I reopen the page, the desired column order is gone again.

Is there already a solution for this requirement?

best regards, Tobias


columns sorted in according to my requeirement in the embedded JIRA-Project in a Confluence side:

sorted columns.jpg

columns after reopen the Confluence-Side:

columns after reopen the confluence-side.jpg

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When you say embedded, is this using the Filter Results Gadget?   You should be able to dictate the field order on the page and have it "stick"


Hi David,
thanks for your quick answer.
No, I don't use the Filter Result gadget.
I have embedded  JIRA with a broweser  link and switch afterwards in "embedded" ( In german "Einbetten"embedded link.jpg

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This is a bit of a "guess" on my part -- but when you define a filter you have the option of using your default column layout or a filter specific one.  I can see from your URL that you are using a filter but also modifying some of the criteria,   Try:

  1. Make sure your filter has its own column order defined.  That can be tricky sometimes too because once you set the column order, I think you have to be sure to re-execute the search and maybe save the filter ???
  2. Then embed using the filter and no additional JQL.  See if the column order is honored.
  3. If 2 works, add you other criteria,  But if your criteria is forever going to be in your embedded view, you might as well create a filter that includes everything so as to eliminate any doubts.

Good luck !


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