PocketQuery for Jira is an app that allows users to retrieve data from external data sources and effortlessly display it within Jira. Data sources can be SQL databases or arbitrary REST APIs and the access is encapsulated in a way that easily works with your security standards.
It comes with a handy project setting that can be embedded into any Jira project. The user simply selects the desired query and enters parameters if necessary. After saving, the add-on fetches and neatly displays the data. Queries itself can be managed within the PocketQuery for Jira Administration interface, which is only available to Jira users with appropriate permissions.
What to find here
Here, you will find a comprehensive feature documentation as well as a number of guides and examples, that should help you get started. Have fun exploring the possibilities of PocketQuery for Jira!
We are proud to present PocketQuery for Jira (PQJ) 1.0! Its current features are almost identical with PocketQuery for Confluence (PQC). In contrast to using Confluence macros, with PQJ you can render your queries straight into certain locations in your Jira issues. Expect to see most of the missing PQC features added to PQJ in the following updates. Features like "dynamic load" and a third location to render your queries into are already in the making!