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Application Links (AppLinks) is a plugin that allows you to link your JIRA, Confluence, FishEye, Crucible, Bamboo and Subversion applications. You can even choose to associate individual entities (i.e. JIRA projects, Confluence spaces, FishEye repositories, FishEye projects, Crucible projects, Bamboo projects) with each other. Applications Links is bundled with FishEye 2.4 and will be bundled with Confluence 3.5 and JIRA 4.3.

Linking two applications allows you to share information and access one application's functions from within the other. For example, if you linked a JIRA server and a Confluence server, you could view JIRA issues in a Confluence page via the JIRA Issues Macro.

You also can associate entities of two linked applications. For example, you could associate a JIRA project with a Confluence space. This allows you to take advantage of additional integration features like link rendering, which lets you create links to issues or pages in the project or space using a simple textual reference, e.g. [JRA-1234], [myConfluenceSpace:Test Page].

Getting Started

The Quick Start Guide provides instructions on how to set up the most common application link configuration.

If you want to set up application links with a different configuration, see the Administering Application Links.

Administrator's Guide

The administrator's guide is for administrators who want to configure application links for the applications. The guide contains information on adding a new application link, configuring the authentication for an application link, setting up entity links and more.

Developer Resources

These resources are for developers who want to develop with the Application Links plugin. Take a look at the Development Hub.

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