I created a form for our onboarding procedure. Some fields are drop downs and some fields are plane input text fields. How I can create a jira ticket in a specified project out of that, where the subject will be set automatically by some field inputs?
It is a matter of mapping the ConfiForms fields with Jira issue fields - for example here, https://wiki.vertuna.com/display/CONFIFORMS/Creating+JIRA+issue+from+Confluence+with+ConfiForms?preview=/1212664/1212663/jira-form-def4.png
You can see that field "description" in Jira will be filled with the value of "details" field in ConfiForms
It works!!! Great! Thanks. Just one question. While using
the fields Position and Notebook are drop down fields in my form where the values are defined in the field with id and label. After creating the Jira tickets the id of the value and not the value itself will be inserted to the ticket. How I can insert the Label/value instead of the id?
For dropdown fields you can access labels, by doing
See more details for available properties in each field type here https://wiki.vertuna.com/display/CONFIFORMS/Accessing+field+values+and+properties
As for the confirmation message see and set the corresponding parameter in the ConfiForms Registrations Control (FormView) macro
It must be an access and permissions issue. Could you please open the ticket with us and provide your form configuration and json reported in the error?
Quick search on community shows this
With ConfiForms you can call any API, as long as you have an application link established or web connections setup
In Confluence which is already linked to Jira using application links. Just highlighting the text will bring a pop up to create an issue in Jira. However that works for simple use cases. In your case, you might need to use ScriptRunner to create an issue in Jira using REST API or Application Links. There might be an app as well for doing this which I never used. Just wondering why create a form in Confluence, why not Jira directly?
thanks for your fast answer. I know your 1st solution. But that will put all values in the subject field. The other problem is, that it will put the complete list of a dropdown field in the output and not the choosen value only.
Your 2nd idea with creating a form in Jira directly. How to do this? We have no admin rights and the process of adjusting the workflow is really slow. Is there a ways to do this without admin rights?
Best regards Thorsten
1. Read this for more details: https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/use-jira-applications-and-confluence-together-427623543.html
It is a bit limited when it comes to the fields but if the data is in a table, it can pick the fields and you can map it to your Jira issue fields.
2. You need to be an admin.
3. Also look at embedding Jira's issue collector on Confluence page: https://confluence.atlassian.com/adminjiraserver/using-the-issue-collector-938847338.html
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