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Viewing Jira comments in Confluence

Hi,

We set actions being created in Confluence and comments that need to be addressed in Jira.  It's getting really difficult to keep track of it all.  How can I view all of my actions and comments from Jira, all in Confluence, preferably by clicking the Notifications button?

Any help appreciated.

Thanks

Nisha

1 answer

I am looking into the same requirement. For now I am testing the activity stream macro since it can be filtered.

I tried using the RSS macro but I gives me a "page not permitted" error even with the application link.

I also tried the html-include macro with the same result.

If any of those hack don't work I will try with a listener script in Jira that will call the Confluence REST API and update the page. I wanted to start hacking to integrate / automate them for a while.

I could let you know if I ever get to try it.

 

Cheers,

 

Patrick

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