We would like to be able to have a JIRA issue pipeline & change log report page that is public, but not have this read only.
We don't really want the JIRA instance to be public though, so are hoping for some sort of one way read from JIRA to Confluence.
The built in JIRA report is great, but has clickable links and requires (I think) for the underlying JIRA to be public.
Is something like this possible?
Unless things have changed (and I'm sure someone will jump in to tell you if they have), then this isn't possible with native functionality, but the answers to this question might help you with a potential workaround.
If those answers don't work for you, you're probably in a position where you make the reports page private and take a screenshot of it to post in a public page, which is hardly ideal....
There is an open feature request to provide the functionality you're asking for here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-39256
Watch and vote if you want it.
Thanks @Rob Woodgate - you've confirmed what I thought. I'd done some research before asking in the hope I'd missed it, but I'd already found the links you've provided.
I think I'll have to try a snapshot/export approach as suggested - I was hoping for a better solution.
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