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I was configuring Crowd for SSO with Jira. After which the Jira address at 8080 gives a 404. Anything obvious I should check? I don't even know what information to provide. 


Well, maybe this: When I was editing those documents I think the instructions indicated to shut down the jira service. I did not do this accidentally. Have I broken my Jira beyond repair? Thanks. 

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Check your atlassian-jira.log (and the catalina.log). I would suggest making sure to stop Jira (and make sure it's stopped) and then restart it and watch the logs while it comes back up.

Thank you for your response! The problem was resolved when I revisted the SSO instructions and restored to the original state and then following the instructions again. 

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