Jira References

OSLCLAB-427

Target Persona

Confluence Server Admins and Jira Server Admin

Document Owner

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If you have just started a trial or are looking for more information about OSLC Connect for Jira and OSLC Connect for Confluence, this is the right place for you.

In this Documentation space, we guide you from scratch with OSLC Connect for Jira to having the plugin installed and setting up connectivity between Atlassian Jira and Atlassian Confluence.

Before your start

Before starting with OSLC integrations it is helpful to understand this valuable integration standard.

OSLC provides a link-based standard that leverages Web protocols to embed (but not copy) remote artifacts.

  • Users will find a deep integration that embeds selection dialogs and rich previews.

  • IT organizations will find it enforces authentication and permission models of the user to ensure your enterprise remains secure.

To learn more you may find the following of interest:

  1. Understanding OSLC Architecture: what you need to know about deploying an OSLC Architecture.

  2. Enabling Lifecycle Collaboration with OSLC: an introduction to OSLC.

  3. Planning your Deployment: our guide to help you plan your Configuration.

Preparing your environments

Now that you know all about OSLC, you can move on to the preparation of your environment following these guides:

  1. Installing OSLC Connect for Confluence and Activating the License

  2. Installing OSLC Connect for Jira and Activating the License

  3. Configuring Jira as a Friend in Confluence

As suggested in the validation articles, proceed to Troubleshooting friending issues in OSLC Connect for Jira and OSLC Connect for Confluence if you happen to come across any problem during these configuration steps.

After you have gone through the various steps above, your next step will be to set up Associations between your projects.