Use this plugin in order to easily present in your posts Jira issues dynamically from a Jira instance.
Maximum flexibility by presenting issues as returned by a Jira filter. Write the filter by hand or copy one from Jira
Pick the fields that you wish to present in the post
Issues are presented in a table. Add one or more filters in the normal post by placing them between markers [JIRA] and [/JIRA]
The issue key is a link to the issue in the Jira instance
In order to install the plugin you need to follow these steps:
Upload the plugin files to the `/wp-content/plugins/plugin-name` directory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly.
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' screen in WordPress
Use the Settings->Bridget to Jira screen to configure the plugin
The plugin settings require the below informations
The Jira endpoint
This is needed in order to communicate with Jira. For instance if your Jira instance is cloud hosted then the endpoint is just the Jira address. Example: if your Jira site is: https://mycompany.atlassian.net than this is exactly what you should input in the endpoint field
This is the username of the issue whose issues will be presented
This is a basic authentication token needed in order to communicate with Jira. Instructions on how to generate this token can be found here: https://confluence.atlassian.com/cloud/api-tokens-938839638.html
Note that all the setting information is stored locally on your wordpress server and can be transmitted only to *your* Jira instance for authentication purposes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are my sensitive Jira authentication information stored
Uniquely on your Wordpress instance
What kind of Jira authentication methods can be used?
Only the basic token authentication, the one that Jira recommends.
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