Additional valid URIs in Project shortcuts

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Project shortcuts

Hi there,

We are trying to add links to resources with different protocols rather than the default ones (listed in the Atlassian documentation), such as "onenote://"


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However, JIRA does not accept them.

Although we have seen there is already an open issue for almost 10 years to fulfill this (awaiting development), we would like to know what system plugin provides this functionality, so we could try to apply a patch to it and allow these additional URIs to be used.


Thanks in advance and regards,


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The plugin should be the jira-projects-plugin 


The whitelisted prefixes are 

private static final String[] whitelistedPrefixed = new String[] { "http://", "https://", "ftp://", "ftps://",
"mailto:", "skype:", "callto:", "facetime:", "git:", "irc:", "irc6:", "news:", "nntp:", "feed:", "cvs:",
"svn:", "mvn:", "ssh:", "itms:", "notes:", "smb:", "hipchat:", "sourcetree:" };


Hey Boris,

Thanks a lot, that was very helpful!! Problem solved!



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