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Overview

This page shows how you bring Rest API data from a JIRA query directly into a Confluence table using the JSON Table macro, which is part of the Advanced Tables for Confluence add-on.

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Macro NameJSON Table
Macro Syntax{json-table}

Define these Parameters/Values

Paths to fieldsissues
Paths to fields to be includedkey,fields.summary,fields.issuetype.name,fields.issuetype.id,fields.fixVersions[*].name
URL to JSON data

https://bobswift.atlassian.net/rest/api/latest/search?jql=key%20in%20(TBL-174%2C%20TBL-300)%20order%20by%20key

Auto number on each rowselected

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Wiki Markup Input

{json-table:
paths=issues|
fieldPaths=key,fields.summary,fields.issuetype.name,fields.issuetype.id,fields.fixVersions[*].name|
url=https://bobswift.atlassian.net/rest/api/latest/search?jql=key%20in%20(TBL-174%2C%20TBL-300)%20order%20by%20key|
autoNumber=true}
{json-table}

 

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