We document in Confluence and link Issues in Jira to one or more Confluence pages so we know where to find the documentation.
We would also like to let it work the other way around so to have a list of Jira Issues on a Confluence page showing all Issues where the current page is linked. Does anyone know if that is possible and how?
Thanks a lot.
Hi @Ernst-Jan de Waardt ,
Try this JQL issue in (issuesWithRemoteLinksByGlobalId("appId=xxxxxxx&pageId=xxxxx"))
1. Add a JIRA issue to your confluence page
2. Run a restapi - /rest/api/latest/issue/ABC-1/remotelink
3. You will see vaue for "globalId":
4. Grab the value and also the page ID
5. Replace the values in the JQL and try
issue in (issuesWithRemoteLinksByGlobalId("appId=xxxxxxx&pageId=xxxxx"))
Standard JQL doesn't easily allow it but the results can be quickly found using our professional indexing service JQL Search Extensions.
You can search for issues that link to your specific confluence pages:
remoteLinkApplicationName="Confluence" AND remoteLinkTitlePartialMatch ~ YOUR_PAGE_ID
You can check out the support for JQL remote link search in our docs.
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