The DNS rules in our lab have recently changed, so instead of referencing http://server:8080/jira, I now must reference http://server.region.country.company.com:8080/jira. This has broken our application links. I have a lot of projects setup between JIRA and Stash and I don't want to upset the commit, branch, and pull request information that makes the integration so awesome.
I know you can't edit this in the UI, and i imagine this has to be in Stash's database somewhere. The schema is different than JIRA so the instructions found on https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/92503 don't apply.
I'm poking through the database to find it; If anyone knows off the top of their head, that would be great!
I found it. It's in Stash's plugin_setting table.
Use the following query to find the correct row, and remember the ID of it:
SELECT id, key_value FROM plugin_setting WHERE key_value LIKE '%<your old server URL>%';
Then use update to change it:
UPDATE plugin_setting SET key_value = '<Your NEW Server URL>' WHERE id = <ID from query above>;
Reboot stash for settings to take effect.
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