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
As Confluence apparently uses the XML output of JIRA to display issue tables in its macros, you need to be able to show your custom field in XML. You can view what the issue's XML is by opening the issue, hitting the Export button on the top right and selecting XML from there (or just navitating to the XML url: YOUR_JIRA_URL/si/jira.issueviews:issue-xml/ABC-123/ABC-123.xml).
The end goal is for your custom field to show up in this XML.
The way to achieve it is, as Gaurav described, to add a Velocity template corresponding to the XML output to your atlassian-plugin.xml file:
<customfield-type name="Your Field" class="com.class.path.to.YourField" ...>
<resource name="view" location="/templates/customfields/your-field/view.vm" type="velocity" />
<resource name="xml" location="/templates/customfields/your-field/xml.vm" type="velocity" />
Where xml.vm looks very similar to your view.vm and can be as simple as:
The latter can vary depending on how your HTML template ("view" resource) looks like. The XML tempalte has to output valid XML (duh) :)
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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