When clicking "Application Links" in bamboo a page not found error is returned.


While debuging why the bamboo builds are not showing up on jira I detected several problems with bamboo

1) On the plan details the Issues tab is missing

2) When clicking on Administration ->Application Links, a 404 error is returned.

The URL in cause is:

http://<my domain>:8085/plugins/servlet/applinks/listApplicationLinks


http://<my domain>:8085/plugins/servlet/applinks/listEntityLinks/com.atlassian.applinks.api.application.bamboo.BambooProjectEntityType/AM

I believe this might be the cause the builds aren't showing up on Jira. I have succesfuly integrate both applications from the Jira side, with a two-way link. Both incoming and outgoind authentication are set to "Trusted application". I have reasonable trust that the integration is well configured.

Does anyone have an idea on what's wrong or missing with Bamboo? These 404 errors suggest some files / plugins are missing...

Many thanks!

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James, good luck getting someone to answer you.

My problem has been identified and resolved. The issue was caused by the installing of Java 7 in the default directory c:\Program Files. i could see that java 7 was used under the System Information tab.

Two ways to solve this. DO NOT install java 7 in the default directory. Choose another directorylike C:\Java7

If you already have Java 7 installed in the default dir, then update the wrapper.conf file,

# Specify which version of java you use to run Bamboo



change to wrapper.java.command=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_23\bin

worked for me

wrapper.java.command=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_23\bin\java

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Which JIRA version is it?

Sorry, it's Jira v4.4.3 and Bamboo 3.3.2

I have the same problem.

Using Jira v4.4.4#664-r167664 and Bamboo 3.4.2 build 2810

I have this problem only if Bamboo is installed and started as a Windows Service. I have tried to stop the service and start it in a console window and the problem has fixed. I could setup the application link between Jira and Bamboo and I could see the Bamboo gadgets in Jira Dashboard.

Then I tried to stop Bamboo and start the Windows service again, but now the problem came back, and a gadget I configured in my Dashboard now says "The resource http://bambooserver:8085/rest/api/1.0/currentUser, cannot be found."

Adding problem to problem, even when I had Bamboo started in a console window, I could not have the gadget working, because I had problem with authentication.

I'm having the same problem... did you ever find out what the problem was? Using Jira v4.4.5#665 and Bamboo 4.0.1 build 2907 on Windows.

Problem still occurs. Bamboo version 4.4.1

I'm seeing this problem too on Bamboo version 4.4.3. Did you find a solution?

Same problem here.

After a reboot and restart, I now have the same problem. Using Bamboo 4.4.5 and JIRA 5.2.3

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