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Community Groups system property is disabled by default. How to set it to local?

As per, '' property is set to disabled by default. I want to make teh REST call to /rest/api/latest/planDirectoryInfo/{planKey} but i am getting 401 Access denied. I suspect we need to modify the disabled property to local or authenticated. But where to find this property? in which file ?

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Steffen Opel _Utoolity_
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Jun 18, 2018

As outlined in more detail within Plan directory information REST API, the " is a system property with the following settings":

disabled (default)
The plan directory information REST API is disabled and all requests will be rejected

The plan directory information REST API is available without authentication to any request originating from localhost

The plan directory information REST API is accessible anonymously

The plan directory information REST API is accessible to any authenticated request

The plan directory information REST API is accessible to any request authenticated as an administrator


Please refer to Configuring your system properties for details on the various options "how to set Java properties and options on startup for Bamboo".

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Alexey Matveev
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Jun 18, 2018


401 error means that you are not authenticated. How do you make the REST call? Do you pass the authorization info?

Yes, I pass the username and password as Basic Auth

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