Jira using incorrect url for fisheye linke

I am having a problem getting JIRA to use the correct URL from the development panel. 


When I add the application link I correctly configure the base url to <servername>.<domain>:8060 (where the domain structure is <something>.local so <servername>.<something>.local:8060)

JIRA thinks the display url should be <servername>:8060

I can configure the link, add it and then update the display name to match the base url. but every time I try and click on a commit link from the development panel it sends me to the incorrect url <servername>:8060


The application link is configured to use OAuth. We have also integrated Crowd with JIRA and Fisheye for SSO.

If I click a JIRA link in Fisheye it supplys the correct link for JIRA.


Any thoughts?

JIRA (v7.0.0#70107

FishEye and Crucible Version:3.10.3 (Trial license and internal DB)


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Hi Kevin,

It's not clear to me whether or not you're trying to use FishEye's Site URL to create the Application Link. Can you please go to FishEye Administration > Server > Edit Settings, confirm what is the Site URL set, and make sure this is the URL you've been using to create the Application Link?


Gustavo Refosco

That worked, I figured it was something rather dumb on my part. 

I updated the fisheye Site URL, recreated the link and everything works. 

thanks for the help.


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