CLI connector error using runFromIssueList in a Confluence page

Hi,

I'm using the Bob Swift Run CLI Actions in Confluence and trying to embed runFromIssueList into a Confluence page. 

 

I have other pages working fine, which use commands such as 

--action getServerInfo

OR

--action createIssue --parent XXX --type XXX --project XXX --summary "XXX" --description "XXX"

However, with the runFromIssueList command (which works on the command line), I get the following error:

CLIENT_EXCEPTION
IconRun: --action createIssue --parent XXX --type XXX --project XXX --summary "test sub task" --description "test" 

Client error: CLI connector is not installed or enabled on the server.

Client error: 1 actions failed

I did some googling, and found a similar question https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/12167943

I've tried installing the JIRA cli extension on the confluense server, but doesn't seem  to make any difference - is this the right thing to do and if so where should I put it so that the confluence plugin knows about it?

Thanks!

1 answer

This is a bug - ACLI-206. Update to the latest - see Release Notes 4.1.

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