- configured quick search to point back to the Jira URL
- configured track back, had to also go into Jira
- user Confluence gadgets in Jira (I those to use trusted applications instead of oauth). I had to configure trusted application on both the Jira and Confluence sides. After reading the instructions, it became clear that adding gadgets would be a pain -- you have to add them individually. I've decided to add gadgets only when/if I decide they might be useful. Enabled the atlassian-gadgest-shared plugin in Confluence
- enable Jira linker plugin by entering the download URL of the plugin into the Confluence plugin manager screen
- after a bit of searching I found the Confluence section that describes how to integrate Confluence into Crowd. I did not build a new directory. I just reused the one I made for Jira instead. I made the required confluence groups and made one of the users a member of both groups. copied the jar files and edited the configuration files as instructed. restarted confluence. Logged in with a crowd user and enabled External user management so that you have to manage users via Crowd.
- add the "userful extendsions" described in the instructions. Of the 3 suggested, I could only install the Jira Confluence portlet because the other two wanted me to authenticate for access to accounts I don't have. Oh, we..
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Thursday, July 29, 2010
Atlassian Stack: Confluence (integration)
Today's goal is to integrate Confluence with Jira and Crowd. In the Jira admin doc I found a section on integrating Jira and Confluence. I'll run through that.