I'm running a fisheye instance on my local machine as a trial, we also have a jira software instance running against the cloud. I've set up an application link from fisheye to jira but am getting the following network error:
The troubleshooting tells me that this is being caused by the lack of a matching application link on jira, however, as fisheye is running on my local machine (which is not publicly accessible, to the best of my knowledge) when I try to create the jira link I see the following:
Is there a way to generate a consumer key (from jira, for fisheye) and establish a one way link? Alternatively, am I missing something with the jira application link? I imagine this has to be an issue common to anyone whose jira runs on the cloud and doesn't have an accessible server.
The JIRA Cloud instance needs to be able to talk to the FishEye instance to establish the Application Link. The two applications will talk with each other and set up the consumer key and other details. This is mentioned in the Link to server apps from Cloud documentation.
Everything below is tested on Ubuntu 17.10. I prefer to use Jira in a docker container because: 1. I can install Jira with a couple of commands. 2. I can start and stop Jira just by starting and s...
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