JIRA Filter on a Wiki Page

We have a page on Confluence where we list JIRA issues related to that project.


We can already add individual JIRA Issues in the Confluence page, but I wonder is can we put a dynamic list of issues (maybe based on a filter) that will update as issues are added to that filter?


Thanks

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Maarten Cautreels Community Champion Nov 26, 2013
Just use a JIRA issue filter gadget on the page just as you would do on a JIRA dashboard.

It work's to put the issues into Confluence, but it's not dynamic, so as a ticket is updated, or closed, or new ones come into the filter, they are not adding to the Confluence page unless I go in a manually select them.

Maarten Cautreels Community Champion Nov 28, 2013

We do similar things in our Confluence and there a property on the JIRA Gadget to set the refresh interval. As far as I know at least new issues should be displayed.
The macro we are using is the Filter Results macro. Try typing "{Filter" in you page and select the correct macro from the list.

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It is slightly different in the latest Confluence. See https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/JIRA+Issues+Macro

It work's to put the issues into Confluence, but it's not dynamic, so as a ticket is updated, or closed, or new ones come into the filter, they are not adding to the Confluence page unless I go in a manually select them.

It work's to put the issues into Confluence, but it's not dynamic, so as a ticket is updated, or closed, or new ones come into the filter, they are not adding to the Confluence page unless I go in a manually select them.

The problem here is that with caching always enabled, You can remove the cache by following steps:

  1. Go to the page "Confluence Admin >> Cache Statistics >> Advanced"
  2. Search for the term "JIRA Issues".
  3. Change the value from "100" (default) to "1"
  4. Click the button "Adjust Size" to enable the change.

and it is fixed on confluence 5.3.4, check the following issue for more information

https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONF-30077

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