In Confluence users have the Activity Stream gadget configured on pages to see what work has been done in our JIRA instance for a given time range.
The gadget provides links to the JIRA issues where the user updated the comments, added attachments, etc.
When I click on these links, the URL contains the name of the Confluence server rather than the JIRA server. Therefore when I click on the link I get a page not found error.
For example, a link to a JIRA issue in the Activity Stream looks like this:
Whereas I would expect it to look like this:
On other Confluence pages we are using the JIRA Macros add-on to link directory to issues and those links work as expected.
The problem only seems to be with the Activity Stream linking to JIRA issues.
I am running Confluence 5.5.7 and not sure of how to troubleshoot this.
Thank you for your help.
Our environment is currently running JIRA v6.4.13 and and Confluence 5.7.4:
links to JIRA issues opened from the Activity Stream in Confluence have the wrong url (pointing to the Confluence server rather than to the JIRA server) - is there any known workaround or tweak to get this fixed? I'm brought to think it may be related to Confluence settings only - anyone who can provide some more insights?
@Stephen Gurnick: Do you know if in your environment it was needed to add the script mentioned here https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/JRASERVER-41293?focusedCommentId=1841629&page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:comment-tabpanel#comment-1841629 or if the problem got naturally fixed with the software version?
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