We have Insight 6.3.6 with JIRA 7.13.x and Confluence 6.13.x.
In one new project where we have integrated objects from Insight in JIRA through a custom field, we want to put in a Confluence page an iql query which can list all "Connected JIRA Issues" from all our Insight objects of one objectType.
I have found that a query like this can tell us which are the insight objects with an open issue:
objectType == "ExampleSomeObjects" and object having connectedTickets()
But can't find the way of listing all the "connected JIRA issues" of all these objects through a iql query in Confluence.
Is it possible?
Thanks in any case.
To be honest, I don't know how to do it. I can't find the Insight attribute which contains the "connected JIRA issues" in my objects. I don't know how to recreate this. And so I don't know how to put it in a Confluence page.
I've seen the link you posted, but don't understand how to use these functions.
I upload an image with the place where these "connected Issue" are.
You have IQL and JQL.
An issue is connected to an object when a custom field in that issue has a object value (well, more exactly the label attribute).
What I did recommend is to use a macro to show Jira Issues based on JQL, and use the IQL function in the query as their documentation specifies
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