I am evaluating confluence and jira integration. I am unable to get the jira issue macro display the custom fields! I have one field "I Promised I Will FLT On" which is on free text type and another one "Project Name" of text type 9255 charcters) which are available on issues which I want to get on the issue macro. I can see from the filter xml that the fields do exists on the filter URL used by issue macro but I just can't understand where I am doing somethig wrong!
Screen prints attached for your review. Appeciate your quick help. Thanks!
<customfield id="customfield_10610" key="com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.customfieldtypes:textarea">
<customfieldname>I Promised I Will FLT On (4)</customfieldname>
<customfield id="customfield_10202" key="com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.customfieldtypes:textfield">
Don't have a direct answer to display the custom field in jiraissues macro. But you can add the "Filter Results" portlet of Jira directly to Confluence (refer http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/External+Gadgets), and there you can select whatever you want to display (the same way you would have done on a Jira Dashboard).
Does this help?
Its been a while since this question has been asked but I was myself confronted with the same problem very recently. Custom field data just did not appear for the JIRA issue macro in Confluence.
After a lot of experiments and RTM, I found the solution. The custom fields needs to have a xml velocity template included in the field definition.
<resource type="velocity" name="xml" location="/templates/heat-map-riskstatus-cfield/xml-color.vm"/>
The sample for this velocity template is
#disable_html_escaping() #if($renderedValue) <customfieldvalue>$xmlutils.escape($renderedValue)</customfieldvalue> #elseif ($value) <customfieldvalue>$value</customfieldvalue> #end
Not sure if you can help me here or direct to another issue, but I need to be able to assign a JIRA issue that i'm creating from the Confluence page.
Right now there is no option to assign an issue to anybody, it is automatically assigned to project lead, this means I have to go to JIRA afterwards and manually assign to the correct person in JIRA. Just seems very inconvenient.
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