I have been having issues getting context pathing working in both JRA and Confluence and would appreciate any assistance as to things I might be doing wrong...
I am running the latest versions of both pieces of software in a standalone environment. Based on documentation that I have seen on the Atlassian website, I have tried the following steps in both instances to try and get the context pathing to work:
1. Shutdown instances.
2. Edit the server.xml file inside of the /conf directory:
Add /jira or /confluence inside of the quotes for path="" variable under the <Context> section.
4. Restart instances.
I have tried one or both of these and all combinations of them and I either get a blank screen or an error saying the location doesn't exist.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
If you want to run them in Tomcats, you'll also need to change the port to 80. This doesn't actually stop it being server:port, it's just that port 80 is the standard for http, so systems assume http://server:<noport given> means http://server:80
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