The Rally Confluence Integration provides a view of Rally apps or standard reports from within Confluence through Rally's Login-Component-Example (LoginKey) feature.


This is especially useful for executives and managers who are not Rally users but wish to view the status and health of development projects from their Confluence wikis.

We strongly recommend only using this feature for displaying information on internal systems that already require authentication. The LoginKey feature accesses Rally through the encoded (not encrypted) username and password of a read-only Rally user. The encoded username and password are embedded in a Javascript file that is delivered to the browser.

The code and the Installation & User Guide can be found on Rally's Login-Component-Example (LoginKey) Github repository.

Important: There is no dedicated integration with Confluence or Sharepoint. The legacy LoginKey feature allows the display of legacy Rally apps in Sharepoint and Confluence or directly in the browser, but the feature is not specific to Confluence or Sharepoint. It has no special features that would make issues related to displaying html in a wiki markup easier, for example. LoginKey is not specific to Sharepoint, Confluence or any other third party system, and Rally Support may not be able to troubleshoot factors specific to deployment of apps in those systems.

Cost: Free


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