I want my Confluence home page to display bugs from Bugzilla. Is there a specific macro plug-in for this, or a script that I can run?
Any help in this regard is appreciated.
It is a two-part solution. I have a plugin that builds a REST connection to a Bugzilla instance (set in the admin console). REST calls are returned as Java objects that are available in the Velocity context. Then I have a set of user macro:
The way it is structured, anyone familiar with Velocity could create their own macros for custom application. For example, I have a customer who stores release note data in Bugzilla. That information can now be brought in to Confluence, properly formatted for output to PDF release notes, all from a single macro with a search string. It greatly simplified their release-note process.
I don't have a publicly accessible demo site set up yet (too busy solving customer issues ), but you can contact me through my website www.marketcomllc.com if you want more info.
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