I am able to compose a URL that will successfully spawn a Jira "create issue" page with the correct project and issuetype. However, I can't get it to recognize the versions or fixVersions parameters.
I have verified that I am using valid values for thosethe versions or fixVersions parameters -- I grabbed the value from the URL of Jira's "Releases" -> "Version FOO" page https://my-jira-server/projects/myProjectNameBar/versions/26543
My URL -> https://my-jira-server/secure/CreateIssue.jspa?pid=12930&issuetype=1&fixVersions=26543&versions=26543
Are you able to use the REST API to complete this:
The JIRA API documentation will provide examples that you can try and see if you get better results that way with a POST to the /rest/api/2/issue endpoint.
I use a Confluence page to document the project status of my software release. I want to include a link on that page so that users can easily open a new Jira issue for the release (aka, version).
So, um, to use the JIRA REST API, I'd need to embed a form with the params to execute a post while investigating if my company already has the Atlassian Connect add-on to automatically handle authentication...
Do you know if there is an easier way already supported by Confluence? Or how to see if the Connect add-on is already there?
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