jiraissues macro without linking?

Hi all,

Im interested in publishing a "release notes" space for all our products. The release notes is basically a jiraissues macro pointing to a jira filter with fixversion=x, ordered by issuetype, showing only the issuekey and a customfield describing the change.

But the confluence page is visible to a wider group than the jira project, so I want to NOT render the link in the issuekey to avoid users trying to click and complaining about the permissions ...

How can I get only the issuekey without the link to jira issue?

Thanks

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Gotcha!

needs some improvements, but the solution is by enabling HTML macro, and inserting:

<script type="text/javascript">
	AJS.toInit(function(){
      //Borrar el "Acceder a JIRA"
      AJS.$('.issues-subheading').remove();
      //Borra todos los <a> dentro de wiki-conttent
      AJS.$('.wiki-content > .contentLayout a').each(
            function(){
                  AJS.$(this).replaceWith(AJS.$(this).text());
            });
	});
</script>

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Jul 17, 2013

Not possible using the jiraissues macro.

And ... any chance of deleting the link by embedding some JS code in the page itself?

Like this for jira, but in confluence:

http://www.j-tricks.com/1/post/2012/02/some-ajs-tricks.html

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Timothy Chin Community Champion Jul 17, 2013

Not possible.

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