How incorporate JIRA into intranet portal?

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How incorporate JIRA into intranet portal?

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Any ideas on how to incorporate JIRA into a Java-based intranet portal?

Options considered include:
(1) simply *a link to JIRA*, though this does not provide much value;
(2) an *iframe* that houses a printable "report" which is really the results of a filter, which should be doable, assuming I can figure out the URL parameters;
(3) a *custom portlet* using JIRA's APIs/Web Services, though I feel that this would be re-inventing the wheel;
(4) somehow consuming the *Gadget API*, but we cannot find any Java portlets that are consumers.

The portal is Java based, so we are looking for a JSR 168 or JSR 286 compliant portlet.  The *idea is to have a portlet on the intranet portal that displays all issues assigned to the current portal user and/or more generic reports* such as "number of open issues per project".  At this point, there is no requirement to create, approve, edit, or interact with an issue from within the intranet portal; the current thinking is that a user would go to the full-fledged JIRA site to perform these actions.  The intranet portal is used for lots of other things already.  The user name and password to access the intranet portal are the same as those to access JIRA.

As I am sure that others have done this, I am hopefully that I simply missed something obvious.

Any suggestions?
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Re: How incorporate JIRA into intranet portal?

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Hey.. what solution did you end up going with?

forums-5 wrote
Any ideas on how to incorporate JIRA into a Java-based intranet portal?

Options considered include:
(1) simply *a link to JIRA*, though this does not provide much value;
(2) an *iframe* that houses a printable "report" which is really the results of a filter, which should be doable, assuming I can figure out the URL parameters;
(3) a *custom portlet* using JIRA's APIs/Web Services, though I feel that this would be re-inventing the wheel;
(4) somehow consuming the *Gadget API*, but we cannot find any Java portlets that are consumers.

The portal is Java based, so we are looking for a JSR 168 or JSR 286 compliant portlet.  The *idea is to have a portlet on the intranet portal that displays all issues assigned to the current portal user and/or more generic reports* such as "number of open issues per project".  At this point, there is no requirement to create, approve, edit, or interact with an issue from within the intranet portal; the current thinking is that a user would go to the full-fledged JIRA site to perform these actions.  The intranet portal is used for lots of other things already.  The user name and password to access the intranet portal are the same as those to access JIRA.

As I am sure that others have done this, I am hopefully that I simply missed something obvious.

Any suggestions?
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Post by markuskhouri - online at:
http://forums.atlassian.com/thread.jspa?forumID=46&threadID=40576
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