Atlassian Confluence plugin
Visit our website to see the data that you can access if you use this plugin to add the data source to SquaredUp:
Display contextual links to your Atlassian Confluence documentation pages.
Only the Jira Cloud offering is supported by this data source.
How to add a Atlassian Confluence data source
In SquaredUp browse to Data Sources > Add data source and search for the data source. Alternatively, browse to Settings > Data Sources > Add data source.
Enter a name for your data source. This helps you to identify this data source in the list of your data sources.
The domain for your Atlassian instance in the format
User Email Address:
Enter the email address of your Atlassian user account. You need to have access to that user account since you need to create an API token with the same user you entered here (see next step).
Here's how the email address (Atlassian user account) you use here influences which data will be returned:
For Confluence data source: If the user account doesn't have access to a space, the space won't be returned. If the user account has read-only access to a space, you'll get the pages in that space.
For the Jira data source: Even if the user account you use here has just read-only access to a project, the issues in that project will still be returned.
For the Jira Service Management data source: If the user account doesn't have access to any Jira Service Management service desks, nothing will be returned by the data source.
Go to your Atlassian account, create an API token, and paste it in here. You can go directly to your Atlassian API tokens using this link: https://id.atlassian.com/manage-profile/security/api-tokens
Note: You need to create the API token with the same user account you used for the User Email Address field.
Tip: If you are using the Atlassian Confluence and the Atlassian Jira data source you can use the same token for both data sources.
Optionally, select whether you would like to restrict access to this data source instance. By default, restricted access is set to off.Restrict access to this data source?
The term data source here really means data source instance. For example, a user may configure two instances of the AWS data source, one for their development environment and one for production. In that case, each data source instance has its own access control settings.
By default, Restrict access to this data source? is set to off. The data source can be viewed, edited and administered by anyone. If you would like to control who has access to this data source, switch Restrict access to this data source? to on.
Use the Restrict access to this data source? dropdown to control who has access to the workspace:
Data source access levels
By default, the user setting the permissions for the data source will be given Full Control and the Everyone group will be given Link to workspace permissions.
Tailor access to the data source, as required, by selecting individual users or user groups from the dropdown and giving them Link to workspace or Full Control permissions.
If the user is not available from the dropdown, you are able to invite them to the data source by typing in their email address and then clicking Add. The new user will then receive an email inviting them to create an account on SquaredUp. Once the account has been created, they will gain access to the tenant.
At least one user or group must be given Full Control.
Admin users can edit the configuration, modify the Access Control List (ACL) and delete the data source, regardless of the ACL chosen.
Link to workspace
- User can link the data source to any workspace they have at least Editor permissions for.
- Data from the data source can then be viewed by anyone with any access to the workspace.
User can share the data source data with anyone they want.
User cannot configure the data source in any way, or delete it.
- User can change the data source configuration, ACL, and delete the data source.
See Access control for more information.
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