Using the Bridge to JIRA plugin it has never been easier to display a table of your JIRA issues.
A simple short-code, as the one below, renders all the issues in a project.
The table below comes live from our own JIRA instance and is updated automatically.
|DBTJ-11||Wrong mock for input screen||Jane Doe||To Do|
|DBTJ-10||Tests fail||John Doe||To Do|
|DBTJ-9||Backend is too slow||John Doe||To Do|
|DBTJ-8||Flicker in front-end||John Doe||To Do|
|DBTJ-7||Implement mail backend for application Foo||To Do|
|DBTJ-6||Implement frontend for application Foo||John Doe||To Do|
|DBTJ-5||Implement input stage for application Foo||John Doe||To Do|
|DBTJ-4||Research 3rd party libraries||John Doe||In Progress|
|DBTJ-3||Check existing solutions on the market||John Doe||In Progress|
|DBTJ-2||Talk to team T1||Jane Doe||In Progress|
|DBTJ-1||Define product requirements||Jane Doe||In Progress|
Let's break it down.
- fields contains the actual issue fields that you want displayed in the table (by the way, watch this space for our post on custom fields)
- the short-code content (in this example project=DBTJ) is a JPQL query saying that we wish to retrieve all the issues from project DBTJ. JPQL should be quite familiar to JIRA users.
This is just a small showcase of the features available in our plugin. Check here for more details.
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