Im trying to login to approve the stash application linking from JIRA. It is giving
The application JIRA would like to have read and write access to your data on 10.1.1.xxx. The application will be allowed to use your credentials to authenticate (xxx-stash) as you in the future.
when i click on allow button it occurring corresponding error ...
Authentication failed! You have to be logged in to complete OAuth authentication. This may occur as a result if you have actually logged out or the session has expired.
Can you try deleting the Application Link and make sure that its removed from both Stash and JIRA side. Recreate the Application Link and only make sure that OAuth is the only authentication method that is being used. Trusted Apps and Basic Authentications will be deprecated in the future.
Also, do you happen to run a proxy server in between Stash and JIRA. You would probably want to bypass to isolate proxy as the issue. Another thing you can check is that your firewall is not blocking access for the application to talk.
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