I was trying to share Jira users with newly-installed Confluence reading this document (https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/connecting-to-crowd-or-jira-for-user-management-229838465.html#ConnectingtoCrowdorJiraforUserManagement-ConnectingConfluencetoJiraapplicationsforUserManagement), but I'm completely stuck.
In the section 'Connecting Confluence to Jira applications for User Management' you can find an instruction saying 'Add a directory and select type 'Atlassian Jira''.
This action should navigate to the Jira setting page (in which you put server URL, application name, application password and so on), but what I see instead is an HTTP 404 error page (like the photo I've attached).
Do you think of any possible cause for this problem? I have no idea what I'm supposed to do/check.
Some additional information (not sure if they help though):
Hey there Ryo!
I recommend starting by checking if your proxy is not causing problems. Even though both instances are in the same server, the request can be tampered with by the proxy.
Here is how to bypass the proxy:
Also, since both instanes are on the same server, it is worth checking this:
Since cookies do not differentiate between port numbers, login can be problematic for instances running on the same server.
Let us hear from you, Ryo. Looking forward to your reply!
また、上記がすべて有効の場合はConfluence のプラグイン キャッシュをクリアする方法 で問題が改善するかお試しいただけますでしょうか。
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