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Why doesn't my Confluence see my Jira projects?

Alex Lewis May 29, 2014

I have an oauth token in JIRA for Confluence, but I don't have one in Confluence for JIRA -- I can link to confluence pages in JIRA tickets, but I can't link to JIRA tickets in confluence pages.

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Rodrigo Adami Atlassian Team May 29, 2014

Hi Alex,

You'll need to create the application links for both sides. I recommend using the trusted application type which will use the current logged user permissions for both apps.

After doing this, if the confluence user have permission to see the jira project, then he will be able to do so. :)

Cheers,

Rodrigo

Alex Lewis May 29, 2014

Thanks, but i only have Oauth as an option-- I don't see "trusted application"

David Nicholson Atlassian Team May 29, 2014

This should automatically be done for you, it sounds like you might have 2 distinct OnDemand instances instead of having one with both JIRA and Confluence. You might consider combining the two if that is the case.

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