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Jira macro doesn't contain Project - Issue Type - .. fields

Hi Community.

I have a question about Confluence-to-Jira integration.

We are on Jira 9.4 and Confluence 5.9 (quite legacy one).

Jira and Confluence are connected via App link and works fine.

For example jira-macro correctly displays issues and filter result.

But on the tab 'Create a new issue' I can see only 'Jira' field

but not 'Project' , 'Issue Type' ...


I suppose this is connected to the legacy Confluence version.

But is there any confirmation or workarounds?


Thank you.


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Craig Nodwell
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Oct 04, 2023

Hi @Alex Kiselev _Itransition_ can you please provide a screenshot.



Hi @Craig Nodwell 


Please find the screen below.

On investigation I have found that Confluence is loading the Jira projects to be placed on the form with 

<Confluence URL>/rest/jira-integration/1.0/servers/<ServerID>/projects?_=XXX

And this REST call fails with

JiraErrors{errorMessages=[Issue Does Not Exist], errors={}}

issue creation Capture.PNG

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