An error 400 confluence Application Link jira - confluence

Hi all,

I have two instances, one of jira and another of confluence that have over there an apache and an F5 load balancer.

I have jira linked with confluence by application link, the problem is I can´t view issues from a filter confluence page.

When I try to link a filter in a confluence page, the call are throwing 400 Bad Request error. Unfortunately, I can't seem to get any additional info on the errors from catalina.out because only show the call.

Anyone have any idea why they would be failing when i try to link the filter? In the application link, appear correct conected both instances.

Thanks a lot.

 

 

 

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2 answers

Take a look at my answer here and follow the same steps 

https://community.atlassian.com/t5/JIRA-questions/Application-link-Jira-to-BitBucket-Server-via-nginx-https-all-in/qaq-p/582414

Also make sure the application link is using [OAuth (impersonation)]

Thanks Edwin, I´m working with token OAuth, from jira show conected but from confluence there is a message network error

You may have to import the ssl cert into the jvm for Confluence and restart

Thanks again Edwin, now it works fine.
Now i have another problem, do not recognize filters from confluence to jira...  any idea?

 

Regards

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