We used to have JIRA (older 5.1) connected to Stash 3.2.2 and it worked. When committing we quoted the JIRA ticket and a link would be shown in the commits screens of stash to the Jira.
Now suddenly this is not working and the links all show as plain text. We still have the link established in JIRA (its a one sided link). So that part seems ok and I can see the data in JIRA and Stash but not the other way.
Was there some other place I should configure this linking I am forgetting about? Or what else could be wrong?
As the new release of Stash and JIRA have come out, new versions of the AppLinks were shipped with newer releases of these products.
The solution here is to create the AppLinks from JIRA instead (as it contains the oldest version of the AppLinks library).
On the document below we have a version matrix of the minimum release required to support each one of the new integration features we've been shipping. If you want to keep up to date with those, I recommend you upgrade your JIRA as well:
On stash there is no app link. I swear there was one, but i don't really recall. When i try to create a Link it says that the JIRA is too old and makes me link only in JIRA (which is there and seemly working). This makes me think i cannot establish a link on this end. Showing:
The remote application, ' XXJIRA', is running an older version of the Application Links plugin. It will not be possible to create the remote end of the link from this application. However both ends of the link can be created using the older process in 'XX JIRA'. Alternatively click Continue to create the local end of the link only.
What worked was recreating the App Link on the Stash Side. This relinked everything. I was worried about doing this because of the warning saying it wouldnt work but it did cause stash to link all the items back to JIRA even tho the real link and integration is on that side.
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