Forum software to integrate with confluence/jira

Hi,

Our nonprofit is looking to implement a forum on our website (we use confluence to run our wiki and jira to do some task management). We would like ot implement a forum that uses the same user base and lets them 'discuss' in the format of a forum. I really like the format used by forums.atlassian.com. Wanted to know what software is used to run Atlassian forums. And if that is being discontinued and osqa will take its place.

thanks,

Ravi

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The most populate one I know of is Adaptavist's community bubbles - https://www.adaptavist.com/display/Bubbles/About

In regards to the Atlassian forums, yes, they are being discontinued and Answers is being used instead.

Thanks Colin. We are trying out Community Bubbles too but wanted to know if the software used by Atlassian on forums.atlassian.com is available anywhere for download?

Are there any good examples of websites that use Community bubbles?

Awesome! We used it in developing brand new website with affordable essays! It was one on the most important tools.

The most populate one I know of is Adaptavist's community bubbles - https://www.adaptavist.com/display/Bubbles/About

In regards to the Atlassian forums, yes, they are being discontinued and Answers is being used instead.

The forums.atlassian.com was based on an older version of Jive Software.

AppFusions has a JIRA in Jive integration we are showing at JiveWorld11 this week, with much good fanfare by Jive customers.

Contact us if interested to talk about this or other variations. We can make it happen for you.

Best,

Ellen

ellen@appfusions.com

I'm trying to figure out the same thing. I was using Bubbles as a forum, but Bubbles isn't supported in Confluence 4.0.

I've started to look at Jive, but so far there's so much marketing on their website that I haven't been able to find anything regarding using Jive with Confluence.

There has to be a good way to integrate forum's in Confluence 4.0, but so far the answer is ellusive.

Matt, I have looked at Jive website and had the same feeling. I think they are trying to cater to corporate clients now. I'm so cloe ot writing my own Rails Forum software but severaly limited by lack of time. Please do let me know if you find a good alternative. I will do as well.

I i feel trying to create the following script from the command line jira

jira.sh sh - action CreateProject - project infra-test - lead renan@oohm.com - server "https://oohm-software.atlassian.net" - user "renan@oohm.com" - password = 632659

then a message appears saying:


Remote error: com.atlassian.jira.rpc.exception.RemoteValidationException: Can not create project: projectKey: You must specify a unique project key, at least 2 characters long, containing only uppercase letters.

what should I do to solve this problem?

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Atlassian has just launched Confluence Questions (https://www.atlassian.com/questions) available in Beta, which is designed to replace forms with a Q&A-style discussion.

Hi @rkandikonda, great thought , how about if we have some app , where we can have jira integrated and we get jira updates in very structured way (meaning : for one jira id the updates gets aggregated and we don't have to search for updates, also it is real time )

ServiceNow and Jira Integration helps to better manage service requests. Jira Software provides issue tracking and project management software, teams.SynQ provides best services in industry

http://synq.cloud/solution/jira-servicenow-integration/

I Have done a large JIRA integration based on the Andersen's code, But I improved quite a lot there including the webhooks (used for updates from JIRA to Servicenow).

To debug your problems, the best way is to watch the ECC queue responses. There you can see the full JIRA response including the error messages and JSON. The Andersen's code is not very robust in terms of error handling. You will have to improve it before going into production.

You can Integrate Servicenow with JIRA using informatica cloud.Please visit the following link for detail: http://mansasys.com/servicenow

hope it will help you.

thank you.

Thank you so much for your help. It works perfectly. 

  

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I think SoftAlien will help your team manage projects, without losing sight of the big picture. This is the best software.

If your nonprofit is looking to implement a forum on the website you probably thought about security inside your company? Are you sure of your employees? Nowadays, the main thing is to use the rule: trust but verify. Think about good monitoring software, maybe SoftActivity to be confident in your performance of your company. 

No doubt it is an effective discussion track around important topics, encourage topic interaction and keep important content relevant. i think you can get more awareness futher about it through this source

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zafrulla I'm New Here Jan 09, 2019

https://www.answercart.com/AnswerCart's forum software help companies build a modern, engaging & customer-centric community for customer engagement, support & internal collaboration.!

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Well, What an amazing concept you have shared here. I've started to look at Jive, but so far there's so much marketing on their website that I haven't been able to find anything regarding using Jive with Confluence. Softslay

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Adam I'm New Here Mar 10, 2019

I recommend you SoftCroco because it provides you with all the information and tips to help you and your team manage projects fast. It contains the best software ever! 

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