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Specify Jira server on Jira Issue/Filter macro

Is it possible to specify different Jira servers with the Issue/Filter macro?

I'd like to have a page on our on-prem Confluence server that displays the output from a filter I created on Atlassian's Jira instance (https://jira.atlassian.com). 

(The filter lists all items I voted for.)

Thanks,

jp

 

 

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Hi @Jonny Polivka ,

What filter query are you using? 

Regards

Niran

A custom one I create.  It lists all issues I voted on.

I believe that the filter query has to modified. Can you share the query that you are using?

voter = currentUser()

It's nothing special.  

I am not sure if I am missing something, but this query is expected to display the issues that you have voted for. If you want to display issues that you have created, you should 

  1. Create a filter in JIRA with the query reporter=currentuser()
  2. Save the filter
  3. Then insert JIRA macro in confluence and then insert filter="Filtername"
  4. Save

I'm looking for a way to display a filter that's hosted on a different Jira instance separate from our company's internal environment. 

Specific case being able to display my custom filter on Atlassian's Jira (https://jira.atlassian.com) in a page on our on-premise hosted Confluence using the Jira Issue/Filter macro.  The macro doesn't give the option to specify different Jira instances but was hoping someone knows of a work around.

Have you integrated the other jira instance with confluence? If so, you should be seeing an option to select the JIRA instance when you insert the macro. 

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