OAuth2 Authentication Setup issue with confluence on-prem server

Kai Gao November 27, 2022

When we try to set up OAuth2 authentication in confluence on-prem server using the below steps, we get the 400 Bad request error when requesting the Authorization code.

To create an incoming link.

  1. Login into confluence on-prem server  and Go to image007.png > General Configuration > Application links.
  2. Select Create link.
  3. Select External application, and then choose Incoming as the direction.

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4. After this we’ll get client id and client secret of application link.

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5. Request Authorization code by redirecting the user to the /rest/oauth2/latest/authorize page with the URL.

https://confluence.integ.us-west-2.beta.kendra.aws.a2z.com/plugins/servlet/oauth2/consent?client_id=0cd3c3bcc51f7801d1c0e33e34f8c8cd&redirect_uri=https://confluence.integ.us-west-2.beta.kendra.aws.a2z.com&response_type=code&scope=READ&code_challenge_method=plain&code_challenge=code_verifier

6. After hitting this URL we’re getting 400 Bad Request error on browser.

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In addition, we also posted this ticket on the Atlassian Support Team and response was they don’t provide any technical assistance. We can connect with their partners for a chargeable demo.

Referring this documentation to setup OAuth2 Authentication on Confluence on-prem server.

we would appreciate if you could point us in the right direction on how to resolve this issue and set up the OAuth2 authentication on the Confluence on-prem server.

 

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Kai Gao December 1, 2022

@Atlassian Support  We are waiting for your response so could you please look into it and guide me how can we resolve this issue.

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