Confluence is behind our firewall and we are trying to configure an Application Link from Confluence to our Jira OnDemand instance. While the outgoing authentication appears to be working, the connection from Confluence to Jira isn't working via the Conflunece/Jira macro.
Is this type of connection feasible?
Yes this type of connection is feasible and to make that macro working theres a couple things you need to make sure :):
* Jira On Demand uses HTTPS/SSL so to both apps trust each other your confluence also needs to use HTTPS/SSL.
*When creating the application link from confluence make sure that you are using a user account that have permission on Jira on demand (the same goes for the oposite scenario).
Now if all the above are OK, could you please reproduce the problem and check atlassian-confluence logs to see what kind of error is in there?
Thanks and Regards,
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