Jira Gadget in Confluence: Authentication for JIRA REST Edited

Hi, I have a JIRA Gadget using as External Gadget in Confluence, which gadget was implemented with JIRA REST API for retrieving data as following:

...,
args: [
{key: "restfield",
ajaxOptions: function() {
return {
contentType: 'application/json',
url: "/rest/api/2/field",
type: "get"
};
}
},
{key: "pickersFilters",
ajaxOptions: function() {
return {
contentType: 'application/json',
url: "/rest/gadget/1.0/pickers/filters?fieldName=quickfind&query=&_=1476427874103",
type: "get"
};
}
}
]
...

The gadget works well in JIRA Dashboard, but has problem in Confluence because Ajax returns null value: 

{}

I think that the problem is: I'm trying to get those data without authentication of JIRA user.

How to add an authentication box in my gadget for use in Confluence like External Gadget?

Something like this I need:

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Sincerely,

 

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