I have several JIRA and Confluence projects setup within JIRA Studio and each one has it's own permission group so most users can only see some projects.
However I would like to create a list of all projects that have been created that I can place in a general area of Confluence that all users have access to. The idea is to show exactlty where Atlassian is being used within my company to help gain traction and adoption.
Is there a Macro or Widget that I can include on a page that will dynamically list all projects setup (along with their Project Lead).
Apologies if there is an obvious answer to this but I am new to the Atlassian toolset.
Thanks in Advance
Not that I am aware of especially with OnDemand where you can't install plugins. It is possible to use getProjectList to produce a csv file, addAttachment to upload it to Confluence, and then use the CSV Macro to show all or some of the columns. Simple but requires manual steps to keep it up to date. With a bit more work, the steps could be automated and run with your favorite job scheduler.
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