we use Confluence 5.5, JIRA Macros 5.5.4 and JIRA 6.3.10
In the Confluence configuration we set the timeout values to zero (should be interpreted as an infinite timeout - see https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Configuring+HTTP+Timeout+Settings)
During a comlex search the JIRA macro terminates after 10 sec. with the following error: com.atlassian.confluence.macro.MacroExecutionException: java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out
Is there a additional timeout in the "JIRA Macro"? If jes, how can I increase it?
Strange, what happens if you manually set to 180000(3 minutes)?
The idea is to address to address the timeout problem, then we can further check if the zero not using infinite is is some kind of BUG.
Hi Ulrich, how long does it take for this request to return for you: <JIRAbaseURL>/rest/api/2/issue/createmeta?projects.issuetypes? I'm looking into the same problem for another customer, so please feel to let me know your Support ticket reference and I'll give it a review for you. Cheers, Lachlan
Hi Uli, just a heads up that this workaround may still fail if the call to the projects endpoint in JIRA takes more than 10 seconds, as it appears there is a separate default time out in use. I'm still investigating if/how this can be overridden, and will update the bug report when I know more.
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