I am working on a web page within that I am providing a search feature on confluence, Jira.
For this I am creating a dynamic search url and linking it to an iframe. But the confluence/JIRA details does not show up in iframe on Firefox, chrome. Where as the link I generated works on fine when I open it from browser.
Following is the example link which I am linking to iframe.
JIRA and Confluence are not built to be used in iFrames. Your holding page would have to implement a lot of the Atlassian ui libraries for them to work properly.
You would be a lot better off building a search page properly - ask the user for their search, poke the Atlassian application over REST and format the response nicely for them in your page.
Start at https://developer.atlassian.com/jiradev/jira-apis/jira-rest-apis/jira-rest-api-tutorials - it uses curl to get stuff, which is a basic approach, but it does make it easy to understand how to use it in other calls
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