Timesheet for Confluence

Timesheet for Confluence is a Timesheet application for Atlassian Confluence. This plugin requires an external MySQL database be configured, so please see the Instructions for Installing Timesheet for Confluence. Read our Software License Agreement. Please, see and test the live demo here and the {grid-timesheet} macro and a {grid-admin-timesheet} macro here. You can buy this product at Atlassian Marketplace.

  • Your Timesheet for Confluence license must match your Confluence license (type and user limit)
  • All prices are in USD.
  • Paid Timesheet for Confluence licenses entitle you to perpetual use and include 12 months maintenance for updates and support. Renewing maintenance in subsequent years is 50% of the price shown and is required.


  1. Time reporting (with user access to his or her personal Timesheet)
  2. Time reporting (for admin to see all users Timesheet)
  3. Time reporting (for Confluence users and pages, etc.)
  4. Burndown Chart
  5. MS Office Excel exports

Watch video of latest Timesheet for Confluence:

To get support for this App: https://i4ware.atlassian.net/projects/TFCCS. Or just send an email to tfccs@i4ware.atlassian.net and then support tickets goes to our Jira Cloud mentioned earlier. For an bug reports and feedback, please use Feedback system on middle right side this page and then we get them to our Atlassian Jira Colud. If necessary, you can also send us screenshots about an bugs with that feedback form.

11 thoughts on “Timesheet for Confluence

  1. Also
    Mysql-connector-java-5.1.35-bin.jar and
    Are installed in the folder: / opt / atlassian / confluence / confluence / WEB-INF / lib

  2. My Confluence application and my database are on the same server.
    Bind_address is not configured, so I assume that by default it will take IP

  3. Thank you Matti Kiviharju for the reply.
    I followed all installation and configuration instructions: http://confluence.i4ware.fi/display/i4ware/Instructions+for+Installing+Timesheet+for+Confluence
    In addition to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7LQrXcunPM
    But when I try to add a new task I get the message (…).
    What is wrong with me?

    javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: Name [jdbc/agileapplicationstack] is not bound in this Context. Unable to find [jdbc].
    at org.apache.naming.NamingContext.lookup(NamingContext.java:818)
    Stack Trace:[hide]
    javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: Name [jdbc/agileapplicationstack] is not bound in this Context. Unable to find [jdbc].
    at org.apache.naming.NamingContext.lookup(NamingContext.java:818)

    1. Do you use MySQL or PostgreSQL?
      This error message comes from various reasons like you’re not spaced right Java JDBC Driver to ./lib folder or your database is confirgured wrong or i.e you’re not set database user setings correctly.

  4. Hi,

    I test “Timesheet v2.0” for confluence v5.10.4 and I would like to have more details about the process, according to your documentation http://confluence.i4ware.fi/display/i4ware/Instructions+for+Installing+Timesheet+for+Confluence
    From what I understood from the documentation
    1. I installed the plug in timesheet v2.0
    2. I created a timesheet database with user and password with its tables (timesheet_conf.sql, timesheet_for_approval.sql)
    3. I added this configuration to the server.xml file

    4. I restarted confluence
    5. This point, I do not understand how to do it, where to find this file to install it?
    [Install the agile-application-stack-x.x.x.jar
    Go to install agile-application-stack-x.x.x.jar on Admin Backend.]

    6. I tested the Macro on a page, but it does not give me anything

    Can you give me more details about installation and configuration.
    Thank you

    1. Hi,

      You can get a agile-application-stack-2.0.jar here: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.teknologiaplaneetta.confluence.grideditor.agile-application-stack/versions
      It is same file that you are already installed when you installed a Timesheet for Confluence 2.0.

      Did you installed it on MySQL or PostgreSQL? On MySQL you need place a MySQL Java Driver to Confluence ./lib folder. You can download it here: https://dev.mysql.com/downloads/connector/j/

      This video shows you how to use macros: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7LQrXcunPM
      Sorry this feature is made about year 2008 so it works like in older versions of Confluence. So you need to add it as Wiki Markup.

      Best Regards,
      Matti Kiviharju

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