Jira Project Key Query Page

Similar to the Confluence Project Key Query Page, I created another page for querying the Jira Project Key. As the script sends a cross domain request from Confluence to Jira, the CORS has to be configured in Jira to allow it.  This is how it looks, and here is source code.


Jira and Confluence Performance Monitoring Part Two

Continue with Jira and Confluence Performance Monitoring Part One, in this article I will explain a bit deeper how the Bot works which is most interesting part I think. First of all, you need to have a Bot that is hooked to your Slack. I wrote my own Bot based on Hubot (Nodejs Express Framework). When … Continue reading Jira and Confluence Performance Monitoring Part Two

Jira and Confluence Performance Monitoring Part One

I have been recently working on improving our performance monitoring against Jira and Confluence. And here I want to share a few things that I learned, and hope they are useful to you as well. In high level, we have done: Setup both black box monitoring (CPU, memory, IO, Error log ...) and white box … Continue reading Jira and Confluence Performance Monitoring Part One

Oracle Client / Server Interoperability Support Matrix

When upgrading Jira to a newer version, I am not sure if the new Oracle JDBC driver works with our Oracle server release So by asking Google, I found it is. Here is the interoperability support matrix: References: https://blogs.oracle.com/upgrade/client-certification-for-oracle-database-1210212201 https://blogs.oracle.com/upgrade/oracle-database-122-lifetime-support-policy-updated

Confluence: Rebuilding the Ancestor Table

Occasionally, the ancestor table corrupts in Confluence. The consequence of that is users will lose access to the child pages under their spaces. It happened once after we upgraded our Confluence server. Not sure if the upgrade caused that, or just a coincidence. To confirm if you have corrupted ancestor table, run the the following … Continue reading Confluence: Rebuilding the Ancestor Table

Add-ons management of Jira and Confluence

An add-on (or plugin, they are slightly different) is an installable component that supplements or enhances the functionality of Jira and Confluence in some way. e.g Automation for Jira, Team calendar for Confluence. Both recent version of Jira and Confluence primarily use UPM (Universal Plugin Manager) to manage add-ons. They may look very similar in … Continue reading Add-ons management of Jira and Confluence