im trying to connect Jira and Confluence. On Confluence Configuration page, basicaly at Dragons Stage 3 - Install Confluence -> Step 3 -> The 'User Management Setup' , i got this error message while entering my jira base url.
It's a bit tough to investigate without the logs, but from the above information you might want to double check the following stuff:
Hope it help.
thanks for your quick answer.
How do i check this or that i certainly did it right?
Both application are available. Im on thw Confluence installation phase. How can i presume this?
There is already ipv4 and ipv6 localhost as an input. Should i change to the server Ip-Adress?
On the Conluence logs i found this [http-bio-8090-exec-5] [confluence.setup.actions.ConnectToJiraAction] addJiraConnectionFailedError Failure due to exception: Failed to create application link from JIRA server at http://localhost:8080/jirato this Confluence server at http://localhost:8090/confluence?. Please read the troubleshooting guide.
-- referer: http://localhost:8090/confluence/setup/connecttojira.action| url: /confluence/setup/connecttojira.action | userName: anonymous | action: connecttojira
If i put the my real Jira url (https.//atlassian.***.com/jira) in the jira base url it said.
Signed certificate is not necessary. Self signed should be fine. Since you are still in installation process, I recommend you to use local users and group first and try to integrate with JIRA after the installation phase is done.
By finishing Confluecne installation, I'm hoping we could get a better ERROR when Confluence is fully installed. Regarding SSL, please refer to this documentation for SSL application integration:
Also, I would recommend you to contact Atlassian support through https://support.atlassian.comso we could investigate your issue by reviewing your complete logs and other information confidentially.
I am also in the process of migrating JIRA/Confluence from a windows box to a dedicated Linux box.
Under windows JIRA has been used to authenticate the users for both JIRA and Confluence.
I am trying to install the latest version of JIRA and Confluence on my Linux box and get the links established between JIRA and confluence. Once all is working I want to do an XML import of my old data from Windows side to the new Linux server.
I am stuck at confluence setup stage with the "
tcp 0 0 :::8080 :::* LISTEN 11102/java <== JIRA HTTP
tcp 0 0 :::8084 :::* LISTEN 11102/java <== JIRA HTTPS
tcp 0 0 :::8090 :::* LISTEN 11144/java <== Confluence HTTP
tcp 0 0 :::8094 :::* LISTEN 11144/java <== Conflunce HTTPS
Any help is much appreciate. I should also mention that we are evaluating this setup now and i have to present this to a group.
I don't know exactly where the problem lies, but for some reason the setup does not like https. If you use http instead of https in the JIRA Base URL, it more than likely will work. If that is true, then open a support ticket with atlassian on how to get that using https.
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