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Resultat: "Folgender HTTP-Fehlercode vom Server empfangen:504"


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Hello Ingo,

I've searched through our documents, and it seems that you have a application link problem. Please re-create the application link in Confluence using the Server Base URL that is described in the Jira's System Information.


If you use Confluence 5.5 or below, I found a bug report about the 504 error . The bug was fixed on version 5.6 as it's described in here:

Hello Guilherme,

thank you very much for your quick reply, i will Forward this to our Administrator!

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