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Enable Confluence Integration



allows the Jira Administrator to enable and disable the integration of

provides a feature that allows users to include links to Confluence pages in the

requirement tree.

project requirements tree. Two preconditions must be satisfied to use this feature:

  • There is an “application link” between the Jira and Confluence instances. For more about application links see Application Links.

  • The permission to add Confluence pages is enabled in R4J. This is a global setting and therefore applies to all projects

used with the plugin
  • .

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How to enable/disable Confluence integration


An existing Application Link between Jira and Confluence is required for this feature. See here for more details.

Configure Permission

  • Login as Jira Administrator
  • Choose Image Removed> Add-ons
  • Select R4J - Requirements Management for Jira > Permissions from the sidebar
    (info) Keyboard shortcut 'g' + 'g' + 

    Enabling the permission to add Confluence pages

    To enable or disable this permission, you must be logged in as a Jira Administrator. Select the Jira administration icon > Manage apps. In the section R4J - Requirements Management for Jira, select Permissions. (Keyboard shortcut: enter ‘.' and start typing 'Permissions'

    Locate Allow


    In the entry “Allow to add Confluence

    page on the pageTo allow linking Confluence pages, set option to Yes. To prevent users from doing so, set option to No

    pages”, select the option Yes to enable the permission or No to disable it.

    Disabling the permission does not remove any already created links. They continue to exist with full functionality.