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Failed to register with host Confluence Edited

Hi!

I am working on installing the example add-on : 

https://bitbucket.org/atlassianlabs/atlassian-connect-confluence-example

I followed these instructions:

  • Copy credentials.json.sample to credentials.json and fill in the blanks to enable auto registration of the add-on into your JIRA instance.
  • npm install to install dependencies
  • npm start to run the add-on

I could see the addon (macro) in my Confluence Cloud instance, but I am getting this error message:

D:\devroot\Atlassian-example>npm start

> confluence-connect-example@0.1.0 start D:\devroot\Atlassian-example
> node app.js

Watching atlassian-connect.json for changes
Add-on server running at http://TYCVDINRS7801:3000
Initialized sqlite3 storage adapter
Local tunnel established at https://84bbd884.ngrok.io/
Check http://127.0.0.1:4040 for tunnel status
Registering add-on...
GET /atlassian-connect.json 200 17.365 ms - -
Failed to register with host Confluence:5551410787
Add-on installation timed out
Add-on not registered; no compatible hosts detected
Re-registering due to atlassian-connect.json change
GET /atlassian-connect.json 200 5.954 ms - -
Failed to register with host Confluence:5551410787
Add-on installation timed out
Add-on not registered; no compatible hosts detected

 

Any idea what am I doing wrong? I created the credentials.json file with my info:

{
     "hosts" : {
           "company.atlassian.net": {
                "product": "confluence",
                "username" : "myUser",
                "password" : "*********"
              }
       }
}

Why ACE is not register the addon successfully?

Thank you in advance

6 answers

Hello there,

I was able to solve this by adding this configuration to credentials.json


{
"hosts" : {
"<domain-name>.atlassian.net/wiki": {
"username" : "admin",
"password" : "**atlassian-password**" }
}
}

Let me know if this is still a problem.

Hope this helps someone!

Thanks,

Lava

Atlassian Cloud services are having many outages today, particularly related to logins, so this might be the cause.

Check:

https://atlassian.statuspage.io

and the current incident:

https://atlassian.statuspage.io/incidents/kz9n65qlcljd

I'd recommend subscribing to updates about the incident, and waiting until the issues are resolved before then trying again.

Thank you Sam! I will try later!

Hi Sam

I think the login issues were not related to this problem, I have it already.

Hi Brenda, im having the same issue, how were you able to resolve it?

Any updates within this gusy? I'm having same problem here.

Hi,

 

I am trying to install and use ACE but I keep getting the following:

Registering add-on...
Failed to register with host https://<username>:<token>@<my-company>.atlassian.net/wiki (401)
Add-on not registered; no compatible hosts detected

 

I have even tried using my password directly and I still get the same error. It fails to register then fails to authenticate because a proper JWT token is never created.

 

Anyone have any ideas? I've run out of Google links and forum links to try.

Things to note, my CURL requests work perfectly fine with my user and token

Hi 

Did you solve your problem? My test instance, which was working fine, stopped working today.

Jerry

Make sure to create an API Token for your Atlassian user and use that value as the password in your credentials.json file. Also make sure to delete the sqlite file so that it creates a fresh one and doesn't try to authenticate with an old JWT.

It suddenly happened to me at some point. It kinda fails at random point...


What I did in order to solve these issues is to manually uninstall previously installed connect-app on my confluence cloud dev at ie.:
https://<your_installation>.atlassian.net/wiki/plugins/servlet/upm?source=side_nav_manage_addons

Then after that I ran "npm start", error is gone and connect-app is installed.

Another option is to wait out the yellow error messages and eventually it is installed according to the logger in console.

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