Jira Integration for Seafile

Hey everybody,

is it possible to link to files within Jira issues? Something like this: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1217814/official-dropbox-app-for-jira?hosting=cloud&tab=overview


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Hi Florian,
there is no official plugin (and no inofficial one as far as I know), so you will have to make do with the standard features.

Are you aware of the internal links (aka smart links)? They serve as pointers to files which are saved within Seafile. They are different from sharing links insofar as they don’t grant access. Unless you have at least read-permission to the file - either as the file’s owner or access through a shared library - you cannot access it.

Hi Ralf,

thanks for the quick answer. Yes, I know of the smart links. Even the internal ones. Unfortunately they only work with Seafile and not Seadrive. I mean, sure, when you click on them they open on the web, but not on the local file system, which would be the real killer!



I see what you mean. I am not aware of any plans in this direction. Sorry.

Hi @madein ,
I think Seafile has implemented “the real killer”.
The “Link für den Desktop-Zugang Seafile” opens the file locally, not in the web interface. Isn’t this what you were looking for?
I just found this today when playing around with the most recent sync client. The drive client does not support it yet, but if the sync client 7.0.5, released two days ago, has it, you stand a good chance of also seeing it soon there.

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uuuuuh, thanks for following up on me on this one. This sounds very promising! Thank you! I hope that will be implemented into SeaDrive as well, because this is what we use almost exclusively.


Hey @rdb,
are there any news wether seafile:// links will come to the Drive-App as well? Would still be a wonderful feature :wink:


Hey there,
any news regarding smart links for the SeaDrive App?


Hey @daniel.pan,
any news on the Smart Links for SeaDrive-App? Is something like this on the roadmap, which opens the local folder to a given file, so “seadrive://openfile?…”?


It’s been added to the roadmap: https://www.seafile.com/en/roadmap/