[Crucible Knowledge Base]
This page explains how to add a Crucible gadget to a JIRA dashboard. The process is similar for adding a gadget to a Confluence page.
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As of the release of Crucible 2.3, you can display Crucible data in other Atlassian applications, such as JIRA and Confluence, by using Crucible gadgets.
Crucible bundles the following gadgets by default:
Description and Gadget URL
Hassle Review Blockers
This gadget shows you who you are still waiting on; in other words, which reviewers haven't completed your reviews.
This gadget shows you reviews that are yet to be completed in the project, across all authors. This is useful for managers or team leads.
This gadget is a list of Crucible to-do items including reviews to do, comments to read or reviews to summarise.
This gadget shows content from the innovative Review Coverage report, letting you investigate how much of your codebase has been under code review.
Go to the admin area in FishEye and set up an application link from FishEye to JIRA.
When completing the wizard, leave the Also create a link checkbox selected, and choose the These servers fully trust each other option.
As a JIRA administrator you allow the use of these gadgets by adding them to the Gadget Directory. You'll need the URL listed in the table above for each gadget that you want to add.
See the JIRA documentation for details on this process.
As a JIRA user, you can add gadgets to a JIRA dashboard that you have created.
Once added, the gadget will appear on your JIRA dashboard and display information drawn from Crucible and FishEye.
You can also add Crucible gadgets to the Confluence dashboard. See the General Gadgets Documentation for more information.