In confluence, I am able to successfully insert a "Jira Issue Macro" retrieved from our Jira Server, however, once I insert the macro and click on the link, the URL points me to the Jira's local host address (shown below in Application URL) and not the "Display URL" our domain name... any suggestions on getting this configuration working?
There is this page (created last November) that revolves around having a proxy in front of JIRA. I was dealing with that page and I was wondering how you solved this, after all. Or is this issue still valid and you found a workaround?
Hey there, I'm the developer who wrote the Confluence-JIRA integration. If you entered the wrong url, then I've found that it's better to just delete the Application Link and start over. Yeah, that's crap but I didn't write that part ;)
If you're entering the correct URL and Application Links is still using localhost for the JIRA url then this means you've not configured your base url in JIRA correctly. This is where it has to be getting this url.
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