Connecting JIRA with Confluence

I'm having trouble connecting Confluence with JIRA.

After I add the Application Link (using the Trusted Applications-auth), I try to add the link to my newly created space, i get the "Sorry, there are no links available when using anonymous access, check the permission configuration of the remote application."

I tried to remove the Trusted application authentication method and use OAuth instead, and that gave me "java.lang.NullPointerException: You have to be logged in to use OAuth authentication".

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Colin Goudie Community Champion Jun 29, 2011

What versions of JIRA and Confluence are you running?

Can you also include the urls you are using, whether running with SSL (https) or http behind apache (reverse proxy), or behind apache with ssl terminating at apache.

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Hi Fredrik,

"Sorry, there are no links available when using anonymous access, check the permission configuration of the remote application."

By some chance, please try to remove and recreating the application links again.

Regards.

John


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