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how to Unable to connect to REST service java.io.FileNotFoundException: http://localhost:8888/

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unable to connect rest service message getting in Jenkins when try to use JIRA Update Results recorder.

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Hi Vi ,

 Do you get any resolution???

I'm also looking for the same. guys can you please help us?

Does this got fixed @vi

I was able to fix this by correcting my JQL. It seems like the JQL for Jira Issue Results Updater doesn't accept double quotes ("). Changing it to a single quote (') will fix the issue.

Used REST URL: http://localhost:[port]/rest/api/latest

Like venkatamuni_k likes this

Hi @venkatamuni_k ,

Can you help me with the same issue?

I have configured my Jira on port 9000(please check in attachment).

http://localhost:9000/rest/api/2/issue/SK-1

I have done all possible configuration, but I failed. I was searching on google and I end-up with your brief answer. Allow me to take leverage of your Jira Jenkins expertise knowledge. Waiting for your reply! 

 

 

Thanks and Regards,

Rohan K 

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