https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira/configuring-secure-administrator-sessions-231343939.html states that the default setting of this property is "false". In my JIRA Installation it is set to "true" although I never wrote that into any configuration file.
I suspect, that it is stored in the database. The initial content of this database was created by import of an cloud backup.
I want to set it back to the default for increasing security.
I think you have missunderstood my question.
In my installation it is jira.websudo.is.disabled == true, for whatever reason. So Websudo is disabled! This deviates from the default setting as mentioned in the doc. If I have a look into the database:
jira=# select propertyvalue from propertyentry pe, propertynumber ps where pe.id=ps.id and pe.ENTITY_NAME='jira.properties' and propertytype='1' and property_key='jira.websudo.is.disabled';
I've tried to set it by configuration file to the desired value:
~/> cat /opt/atlassian/home/jira/jira-config.properties
jira.websudo.is.disabled = false
But this doesn't work. atlassian-jira.log still contains "jira.websudo.is.disabled : true"
If you delete the entries you found in the propertyentry and propertynumber tables it will allow JIRA to pull from the default setting as you want to re-enable websudo.
The database takes precedence over any value found in jpm.xml and jira-config.properties file.
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