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Configuring Jira to work with Okta

We can click the link and launch jira from okta, but users clicking links from email or chat are getting 404 before they're authenticated. I need them to authenticate automatically. 






We had it configured previously before updating the server. the new admin (me) didn't backup the seraph-config.xml file. And no i cannot recover from the old backup, i have to set it up new and document the process to pay my penance.

The 404 link:

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I should have been more clear in my original post. in the script i have my domain 'company name' filled in. i redacted that information because it didn't want to broadcast it to the internet.


<param-value> http://[Redacted}${originalurl}</param-value>


I am looking for is the proper syntax to get the SSO working.

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Brant Schroeder Community Leader Aug 23, 2019

I think this is what you need to get up and running again:

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