I want to use Jira to manage product related enhancements and issues where each product (project) would have a list of associated components.Our product offerings can be affected by multiple projects at any given time, so we have support teams that manage them individually. Each of the products may be comporised of seveal different components and/or software solutions. So, we have product management groups that maintain those requirements.
while we do have large projects that can span across several products at any given time, the moajority of our work is product enhancement. I want to use confluence as the source for maintaing the requirements for that product's components. Is there a way to add a link to the component properties in Jira that would enable a user to view those requirements?
And, can I usethe Jira Issues macro to display open Jira issues on the component requirements page?
Sorry for responding your question with a question - :)
I was just reading your question and noticed that you are dealing with the same complex situation that i am, in trying to implement conflunce and jira
Can i please ask you to share some information with me?
Thanks in advance
Currently, we are working with Confluence in 3 ways:
We are using Jira to manage Issues (enhancements, defects, tasks, etc.) and want to set it up so it is inline with Confluence, specifically with the Project and Products. This way, we can use the Project feature as:
Our goal is to be able to link the 2 together, so that when requests come in, we can create the tickets in Jira, but provide the dvelopers with the ability to review and collaborate on the requirements in Confluence. This way, when we have mulitple projects going on multiple products, we'll know how best to manage those with interrealted dependancies.
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