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How to display the links of a ticket that reside in a different Jira instance?

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May 25, 2023

Hello, need help configuring a table in Confluence that includes all of the tickets in a Jira Project (Project A) with a certain label (label-A), and all of the linked tickets which are in another Jira instance (Req4Jira, Project B).

I can create the table of Project A tickets in Confluence by adding a Jira issue/filter based on the query "labels=label-A" but when I configure that table and add the "Linked Issues" column, only the issues that are linked that reside in Project A appear, and none of the linked issue in Project B appear since those are in a different Jira instance.

How can I create this table to include the LinkedIssues in Project B based on the Project A tickets?

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May 28, 2023

@E B 

Did you add the 2nd Jira instance to Confluence application links? You want to make sure that both applications can communicate with each other., then I am sure you will be able to add the Jira issues to Confluence

Let me know what you did.



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