Confluence 4.3 EAP only - JIRA Integration with Confluence Notifications

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Note: This page does not apply to the Confluence 4.3 production release.
The information on this page relates to the Confluence 4.3-m11 early access (EAP) release only. In-app notifications in Confluence 4.3 do not support JIRA integration.

You can try JIRA integration with Confluence in-app notifications by installing the notification provider plugin on a test JIRA site.

  1. Create a Trusted Apps application link between your Confluence 4.3 EAP site and a test site running the latest release of JIRA. In order to create a Trusted Apps link, you will need to make sure you have the same userbase in JIRA and Confluence.
  2. Download and install the notifications client plugin in JIRA: myworkday-client-0.9.1426.1.jar
  3. Download and install the notifications provider plugin in JIRA: myworkday-jira-provider-0.9.1426.1.jar
  4. Test in-app notifications in JIRA by commenting an issue that a user is watching. The user should then receive the notification in Confluence.

Keep in mind that in-app notifications is an EAP feature and comes with the standard caveats for EAP builds. Do not install the client/provider plugins on a production JIRA site.

Last modified on Nov 28, 2013

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