JIRA changelog into confluence

Hi,

I want to publish the JIRA change log for a project ( Closed issues grouped by each version ) into confluence. Ideally it should be a "live" query similar to the "Jira Issues" plugin. It seems there's no easy way to do this ? What would be the best way to do this ?

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Just construct the sql query you want against the jira database and use the Confluence SQL Plugin.

Create a filter in Jira that lists all the issues which is of interest to you.

Use the Issue Statistics gadget of Jira (selection version for the statistics) within Confluence. See the link how to use Jira gadgets in Confluence.

http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Adding+JIRA+Gadgets+to+a+Confluence+Page

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