To use this function, you should first define Confluence credentials
Create Confluence Page Post functions automatically creates Confluence pages via JIRA workflow.
To add Create Confluence Page using a template page post function, go to the desired transition of your workflow, switch to Post functions tab and click on Add post function link. Then locate "Create Confluence Page using a template page" post function and click Add button.
There are three main steps to define the post function.
Selecting the template page
You can choose any page in your Confluence to be a template for this post function. See creating a template page with dynamic parameters.
There is a Confluence Search input in which you can start typing the title of Confluence Page.
We're not currently supporting Confluence Templates, please select any page as a template.
The selected page will automatically fill Page ID. If you know the page ID of the template page, you can skip above step and fill the ID instead.
- Selecting the folder where generated pages will be created
Similar to the first step, choose the folder (Confluence Page) where you want your automatically created Confluence pages will be created.
Page title and content is defined in this section.
Page Title: As you know, Confluence does not permit the same page title within the same space. So, adding a unique key to the page (like JIRA issue key) would be wise
Request body: Leave blank if you are not experienced user, and you want to follow the standards. Click on Load default body to modify link if you want to see and change the request json body. Otherwise, leave blank.
Parameters: Add static or dynamic parameters here. Some sample parameters are shown below. These parameters can be used within double curly-braces in Confluence page
If you want to leave empty if no value specified, add ! after $ sign. e.g.:
story point = $!issue.getCustomFieldValue($customFieldManager.getCustomFieldObject('customfield_11100'))
Click Add button, and that's it. Please do not forget to publish the workflow.
To automatically link JIRA issue and Confluence page please use JIRA macro in Confluence. (See sample usage here)