I want to link from Confluence to a Jira issue query. Rather than using the Confluence Jira Issue macro I want to have a list of links to the queries.
I have tried to copy the URL form a JQL query in Jira, such as:
and add it to a confluence page as a link (using the insert link button in the editor)
When I add the link, the dialog in Confluence URL encodes the URL and provides a link to:
which when opened, Jira reports:
Error in the JQL Query: The character '%' is a reserved JQL character. You must enclose it in a string or use the escape '\u0025' instead. (line 1, character 8)
I edit the "source" of the confluence page and modify the A HREF to use the first URL, then Confluence reports in the editor:
is there an alternative way of linking from confluence to a Jira issue query?
I have the similar problem.
<ac:parameter ac:name="jql">project = "Proj1" AND issuetype = TIR</ac:parameter>
Apply changes and saved the page
Reopen the page with "Open in source editor"
It is changing to
Is there is any solution to keep my JQL query as it is ?
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