Configuring the OSLC Connector for Confluence to work with IBM Jazz

OSLC Connector

Configuring the OSLC Connector for Confluence to work with IBM Jazz is a process that requires a few steps. However, once the connector is configured, it provides enhanced integration between the two applications. This article provides a step-by-step guide on how to configure the OSLC Connector for Confluence to work with IBM Jazz.

Establish the connection from Confluence to Jazz

The process of connecting Confluence to Jazz is known as configuring the OSLC Connector for Confluence. This is a two-way process, meaning that data can flow from Confluence into Jazz, and from Jazz into Confluence. The most common data that is shared between the two applications is work items. Other data that can be shared includes requirements, test cases, and defects.

The first step in configuring the OSLC Connector for Confluence is to install the plugin. This can be done through the Confluence administration screen. Once the plugin is installed, it will need to be configured. The most important part of the configuration is specifying the URL of the Jazz server.

The next step is to create an OSLC link in Confluence. This link can be created on any page, and will allow users to view and update work items in Jazz. To create an OSLC link, select the “Create OSLC Link” button from the Confluence editor toolbar. This will open a dialog where the URL of the Jazz server can be entered.

Once the link is created, users will be able to view work items in Jazz from within Confluence. To update a work item, simply click on the “Edit” button. This will open the work item in the Jazz editor. Once the work item is updated, the changes will be automatically saved back to the Jazz server.

Add Confluence as a Consumer on JTS Level on the Jazz Side (NON OIDC CASE)

If you want to configure the OSLC connector for Confluence to work with IBM Jazz, you need to add Confluence as a consumer on the JTS level on the Jazz side. You can do this by going to the Administration page in the Jazz team server and selecting the OSLC tab. From there, select the link for “Add new consumer” and fill out the form. Be sure to select the “Confluence” checkbox under “Integrated Applications”. Once you’ve saved the consumer, you can then go to the Confluence server and add the Jazz application link.

Add the Jazz application(s) as a friend to Confluence

First, you need to configure the OSLC Connector for Confluence to work with your IBM Jazz application. To do this, go to the “OSLC Connector for Confluence” administration page and click on the “Add a friend” button. Then, select the “Jazz application” option and enter the URL of your Jazz application in the “Application URL” field. Finally, click on the “Add friend” button to complete the process.

Once you have added the Jazz application as a friend to Confluence, you can start using the OSLC Connector for Confluence to access data from your Jazz application. To do this, go to the “OSLC Connector for Confluence” administration page and click on the “Configure” button. Then, select the “Jazz application” option and enter the URL of your Jazz application in the “Application URL” field. Finally, click on the “Configure” button to complete the process.

The article provides instructions on how to configure the OSLC Connector for Confluence to work with IBM Jazz. The connector allows Confluence users to view and edit Jazz artifacts, such as work items and requirements, from within Confluence.

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