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Why can't I bring Jira field to confluence table?


I've created a table view in Confluence that displays fields as submitted via confiforms entries, including the Jira ID # that feeds back to the confiform entry at submission.   I wanted to bring the Jira Issue Status field into this field view as a separate field so I followed the following steps from vertuna:

"We add ConfiForms Field macros to the TableView and set the field names parameters like this:".

This worked and I now have a separate field that I can export that lists status.   I want to do the same thing for another field labelled as "Sprint" (official name is customfield_15) and am unable to get it to work trying:



Has anyone run into a problem like this?

Appreciate any help / guidance!

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What you need to know is exact name of the field and the structure Jira uses to return it's value when requested via REST API call

I am pretty sure the field name is not "customfield_15", as custom fields have a much larger numbers...

Try to do a request in the browser to


Changing _your_jira_ and _issuekey_ respectfully, and see what field returns information about the sprint and what is the structure


You're right, it's customfield_10005.    I don't have global admin rights to my Jira server, just local project admin rights.   

Here is the field in xml:

<customfield id="customfield_10005" key="com.pyxis.greenhopper.jira:gh-sprint">


Does this help describe the issue better?  


Not quite. I have no idea myself how to get such xml

Have you tried to do a request as I mentioned in the browser?

(you don’t need any extra permissions)

find in that response your custom field and share its structure 

Unfortunately I get an error or redirected back to the main project page when I try to change the url.  

The URL you should craft should be almost the same as the one you see when you browse the issue - at least it's server part


Feel free to open support issue and provide the URL you see in the browser when viewing the issue in Jira and I will construct the URL fro you that does the same but returns a JSON (RESt API call)


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