Im interested in publishing from a Confluence page the release notes of a jira project-version. I suppose that the release notes can be customized to (e.g.) show the description instead of the summary.
Is there any way to include the release notes from a confluence page? In my environment Jira and Confluence are running as trusted apps, and I want to link the info always updated, instead of copy&paste from jira (possible outdating if modified).
Confluence and Jira are already configured as trusted apps. But I want to link the the "release notes" report, perhaps using a macro from Confluence, same way as linking to a jira search filter.
When using jiraissues macro, the search results are included in the confluence page (like an iframe), I want the same for the release notes report.
You can produce a fancy release document from your JIRA issues with the PDF View Plugin (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.midori.jira.plugin.pdfview). You can then simply attach that PDF document to a Confluence page, and display it within the page in the usual way. You can even automate this process using the PDF generator API (http://www.midori-global.com/products/jira-pdf-view-plugin/documentation/api) or the PDF Automation Plugin (https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.midori.jira.plugin.pdfautomation)
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