How to display burndown chart on a different webpage?

I want to build my own wall board, pulling data from various sources, one of which is jira. This wall board page will run on different webserver to jira (but still in my intranet).

When I look at my jira dashbaord I notice that the burn down charts are iframes, and I can grab the URL that's displaying in that iframe and could use that in an iframe in my own page. However, the URL that currently displays is a very complex URL with lots of tokens embedded in it, and I'm concerned that this URL is going to stop working as soon as the tokens expire (or I re-login etc). For example:

https://jira/plugins/servlet/gadgets/ifr?container=atlassian&mid=12345&country=UK&lang=en&view=default&view-params={%22writable%22%3A%22false%22}&st=atlassian%3A...[very_long_encrypted(?)/hashed_string]&up_isConfigured=true&up_rapidViewId=123&up_showRapidViewName=true&up_sprintId=auto&up_showSprintName=true&up_refresh=15&url=https%3A%2F%2Fjira%2Frest%2Fgadgets%2F1.0%2Fg%2Fcom.pyxis.greenhopper.jira%3Agreenhopper-gadget-sprint-burndown%2Fgadgets%2Fgreenhopper-sprint-burndown.xml&libs=auth-refresh#rpctoken=1234567

E.g. I have no idea what's in the "&st=atlassian" bit, so no idea whether it's tied to the session or whatever. Equally, the url ends with a "rpctoken" which sounds like something that will expire soon and be regenerated.

 

So, is there any stable URL for a particular burndown chart that will continue to work long-term?

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Hello,

I would suggest you to use Confluence using the "registering external gadget" feature to generate your page with the burndown chart :

https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/registering-external-gadgets-204050482.html

 

hope it helps smile

 

 

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