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How to configure to allow a login user with non jira-user permission i.e. a customer to view JIRA report generated by JIRA issue macro in confluence?
A user must be able to see the issues that you want them to get reports on. So you either have to let them log in as a user with browse permission to the projects covered, or set anonymous access.
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it's not about viewing issue in Jira, it's about view a report from Confluence that was generated by JIRA issues macro. Please see the the screenshot below.
Same answer - the user must be able to see the issues in JIRA to be able to view them in Confluence.
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