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I usually add two links per JIRA project. 1 points to the primary repository in F/C, and the other points to a F/C project.
But my question is this:
In Fisheye/Crucible my project MYFCPROJ, is already configured to use respository FCREPO.
So from JIRA, can I just connect JIRA project to F/C project, and get the repository for free? Or do I need to explicitly add a link to a repository to see source ? And if the latter is true, what does connecting just the projects get me?
JIRA_PROJ -> FISH_PROJ -> FISH_REPO ?
When i want to add a link from Confluence to JIRA, according to the description.
Application Links->Configure Project Links->Add links
I always met the problem:
Sorry, there are no links for this user available, check your permission configuration of the remote application.
But i check the premission of my project, i can't find any configuration for Link.
Could you help me?
thanks a lot.
Need Help with the link between project in JIRA and confluence.
Everytime i get the same error : Sorry, there are no links for this user available, check your permission configuration of the remote application.
Where are the most important places to look for missing rights?
I have activated all three authentication methods and provided the admin Logindata.
Any help ist appreciated.
Julius, have you tried from confluence to JIRA? Although my account is a full admin in both tools I consistently get that error if trying to setup a link from JIRA to confluence. But adding from the Confluence side and checking "create reciprocal link" always works for me.
If that does work for you there may be a bug..
Otherwise you can check permissions in the destination (remote) tool, according to the proper documentation.
Managing Global Permissions - JIRA
Global Permissions Overview - Confluence
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