How to Change Default Jira Columns to display in Jira issue macro

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User would like to customize the default columns  to display in JIRA issue macro according to their requirement.  Below is the default columns to display


Need to customize confluence-jira-plugin jar file. Please follow the below steps in order to customize:

1. Install 7-zip

2. Shutdown Confluence

3. Find for confluence-jira-plugin-x.x.x jar file which is located at <Confluence installation>/confluence/WEB-INF/atlassian-bundled-plugins/

4. Create the backup of the original file. once done, move to the next step

5. Right click and click open archive

6. Click on JIRA folder > find for searchpanel-min.js , right-click on the file and click edit. After that find for JiraConnector.Panel.Search.prototype, in the same row you can find the defaultColumns (hint : check the beginning of the file), replace/change as per your requirement then save it.



7. After that you need to do the same process as in step 5 for searchpanel.js (check the beginning of the file and check for defaultColumns)

AJS.Editor.JiraConnector.Panel.Search = function () {
    this.jql_operators = /=|!=|~|>|<|!~| is | in /i;
AJS.Editor.JiraConnector.Select2 = AJS.Editor.JiraConnector.Select2 || {};
AJS.Editor.JiraConnector.Panel.Search.prototype = AJS.$.extend(AJS.Editor.JiraConnector.Panel.Search.prototype, AJS.Editor.JiraConnector.Panel.prototype);
AJS.Editor.JiraConnector.Panel.Search.prototype = AJS.$.extend(AJS.Editor.JiraConnector.Panel.Search.prototype, {
    defaultColumns: 'key,summary,type,created,updated,due,assignee,reporter,priority,status,resolution',
    defaultColumnIds: 'issuekey,summary,issuetype,created,updated,duedate,assignee,reporter,priority,status,resolution',


8. Save all the changes and Restart your Confluence

Last modified on Apr 11, 2022

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