I want to create a Confluence Page that displays a Release Report. I know that there is the Confluence built-in "Change log"-Template, but this does not do the job for me, because there are not enough details shown for each issue.
I could use the "JIRA Filter Results"-Macro and this gives me the issues I need (with all necessary information), but you need access to the respective JIRA project so be able to see the results of this filter.
I need to have the result in a way, so that people, who only have access to Confluence are able to see the Release Report with the predefined information. Is this possible in one way or the other?
Hey @Haran Kumar
with predefined information, I just meant that I want to predefine the columns that are visible in the table that states the JIRA issues. So: nothing more than a regular JIRA Issue Filter.
When your question aimed at the location the information is located on: They are in JIRA.
A quick summary: I want to have a generated table with JIRA issues that has columns with the attributes, that I want to have shown, but in a format, so that also users without the permission to the JIRA project are able to view them.
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