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Playground and DEMO space

This is a playground and demo space for ConfiForms and ConfiDoc addons developed and supported by Vertuna LLC

Most pages provide a storage format for the demo, so you can use the free add-on from Atlassian Confluence Source Editor to import this configuration into your Confluence and see it in action

To import examples from the storage format on Confluence Cloud please see this page

Please note, all the examples here are provided without any obligation and may or may not be incomplete or may have bugs, and we provide NO SUPPORT for these examples and demos.

Yes, you can create Jira issue with WebService IFTTT action (usual IFTTT to create Jira issues will not work for anonymous users as it does uses the Application link to connect to your Jira and that will not be available for anonymous users, while web service connection is available to anyone, unless you tell otherwise (setting up connection restrictions))

Here is the demo (creates the issue and stores the Jira key back)

Create JIRA issue with ConfiForms Webservice connection

Create Jira issue with webservice connection with files and remote links - storage format

note that you need to configure webservice connection to something like this

The table is created like this

<ac:structured-macro ac:macro-id="d309c641-56ef-46cb-b01f-19590d41605e" ac:name="confiform-table" ac:schema-version="1">
  <ac:parameter ac:name="formName">ji</ac:parameter>
      <ac:structured-macro ac:macro-id="bb4766d6-cbfe-40c6-ace4-f3dcd21dcc99" ac:name="confiform-field" ac:schema-version="1">
        <ac:parameter ac:name="fieldName">jk.asJSON.key</ac:parameter>
      <ac:structured-macro ac:macro-id="18b7e9fe-30c3-4a04-886e-6a47446af441" ac:name="confiform-field" ac:schema-version="1">
        <ac:parameter ac:name="fieldName">created</ac:parameter>

Using asJSON function as a bridge (Virtual functions) and accessing the issue key (key property)