One-line question so open you could fly an airplane through it, but ill give it a try.
There are no code with the JIRA issues plugin in Confluence, only parameters that you can pass to the plugin.
Create a new page, insert the JIRA issues plugin by typing
and select the JIRA macro. In the first screen you set a filter like:
PROJECT="project name" AND assignee="username"
Once this inserted and the page saved you should see these issues in a list. In you extensive problem description you also mentioned code. If you have the wiki markup plugin you have an icon that looks like:
This icon allows you to see the code this produced:
<p> <span> <ac:structured-macro ac:macro-id="REDACTED SERVER ID" ac:name="jira" ac:schema-version="1"> <ac:parameter ac:name="server">JIRA</ac:parameter> <ac:parameter ac:name="columns">key,summary,type,created,updated,due,assignee,reporter,priority,status,resolution</ac:parameter> <ac:parameter ac:name="maximumIssues">20</ac:parameter> <ac:parameter ac:name="jqlQuery">project=project name and assignee=username</ac:parameter> <ac:parameter ac:name="serverId">REDACTED SERVER ID</ac:parameter> </ac:structured-macro> <br/> </span> </p>
Have no real clue if this is what you are talking about, so next time spend a bit more than a minute to give us a better idea of how we can help, and we will nail it in the first try.
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