I am integrating JIRA with SVN and i started with using this link : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8641950/integration-of-jira-with-tortoisesvn

I am integrating JIRA with SVN and i started with using this link : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8641950/integration-of-jira-with-tortoisesvn . This link suggests we have to install JIRA plugin on SVN and SVN plugin on JIRA. I have done all the steps as mentioned. In the last step, after mentioning all the properties, when i am trying to connect SVN to JIRA so that i can see the JIRA issues in my SVN repository i am not able to do that because it is not taking the username and password of my JIRA cloud account. The error which is coming is "HTTP status 404". Please let me know how should i proceed? 

Also, is JIRA REST enabled for the cloud trial version of JIRA which is provided?

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Mmm.  I don't think this makes a lot of sense.  A six year old posting about server setup is not right for a recent Cloud system.

Whatever you're doing on the SVN side is not connecting to your JIRA correctly.  Either you've given it the wrong credentials (although the error message does not suggest that), or it's using the wrong url or method to connect to your JIRA. I suspect you're using something on the SVN side which is not the right version for Cloud.

Yes, REST is fully enabled on all Cloud systems.

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